A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. We, at TCS, have decided to follow the following 3 steps while tackling any issue at hand. We can ignite a sense of responsibility in all individuals if they choose to follow the following steps.
STEP 1: Love Thy Nature
When was the last time you were able to look at the night sky and marvel at the stars? When was the last time you spared a moment to enjoy a peaceful sunset?
In today’s fast-paced lives, we tend to overlook the unhindered beauty of the environment around us and this in turn makes us downplay the role of nature in our lives. We, at TCS, intend to change that by sharing our planet’s wonders- through photos, videos, documentaries, and articles- to show you what we found to be truly extraordinary about it.
We think that if everyone is simply allowed to know their planet for the way it is, it would change them for the better. And only when we develop a certain level of understanding and appreciation for nature, can we begin to care about it.
STEP 2: Awareness
While getting to know our environment better, we will undoubtedly come across the many problems facing it. In this case, it means knowing and understanding issues like climate change, plastic pollution, water scarcity, etc.
If not given a smooth transition, one can easily get overwhelmed by seeing a ton of problems all at once. That is why we, at TCS, have decided to proceed with caution and a clear vision. We will be tackling the issues from a humanitarian perspective- a way that allows you to see how you are the most valuable part of the story.
And once you know how you connect with everything, you gain awareness. But, is simply ‘Being Aware’ enough?
Not necessarily. However, it is the essential stepping stone for what follows next, namely ‘Action’.
STEP 3: Action Plan
The last and the most important step of all- ‘Action’. There is no use of ‘Awareness’ if it doesn’t spur one to action. Knowledge alone won’t help us solve real problems.
Taking action can be as simple as planting a tree, ditching plastic straws, being a judicious consumer of goods, or reusing things as much as possible. What’s more important is that you take a stand against or for something.
We plan on touching upon and discussing many such habits/choices from time to time that would not only benefit you but, as a plus point, would also be a better pick for our planet. We will try to guide and help you make sustainable choices over time.
So, this is our master plan; the road we will be pursuing moving forward. We would highly recommend everyone to stay updated with our blogs as we inspire you to think about new and wonderful things.
If you can’t fly, then run; if you can’t run, then walk; if you can’t walk, then crawl; but by all means, keep moving.