The Artdog Quote-Pairing of the Week 

This image is a typographical rendering of an Audrey Hepburn quote, "Nothing is impossible. The word itself says 'I'm possible.'"
This is a combined image: a photo of a bamboo forest from the viewpoint of a camera pointed straight up frames a quote-image from Phil Harding: "What if we are wrong about climate change and we create a better world for nothing?"

Enough naysayers persist in positions of power to dangerously impede efforts to mitigate climate change. Most insist nothing is wrong with the world. Others claim it’s impossible to do anything

But “impossible” is what the unimaginative tend to call the problem we haven’t yet solved.

One of the most useful things we can do for our future is work hard to vote all of the former out of office. The other thing we must figure out is how to ensure that the second group (the “impossibles”) were too pessimistic. God help us all if they’re right, but meanwhile it’s our responsibility to build a better world.

I kicked off last month with a video about climate change refugees. It featured a call to proactive action. This month, I’ve been pairing quotes about being proactive in one’s life with quotes about climate change. If we resolve there’s still time to create a better world, then we also must resolve to try!

IMAGE CREDITS: Many thanks to Faster-To-Master’s “Growth-mindset quotes” page, for the quote from Audrey Hepburn. I also appreciate the two sources I accessed to create the Phil Harding quote-image. They are Phil Harding’s own website, which provided the quote (Ref. 91f), and AliExpress, which provided the cool view of a bamboo forest looking straight up. Note the reference image is the same bamboo forest picture, without the superimposed quote.