People all over the world are doing their own things in life. Whilst one person is working, the other person is sleeping and someone else is jogging in the park.
When people wake up to go to work in Russia, the Americans are going to bed.
Summer in Europe is winter in Australia and vice versa.
It is interesting to think about the World Cup in Brazil where footballing nations are competing against each other for the wonderful trophy and thousands of people getting together to support their country.
Whilst that is going on, allot more is happing in the world. Just think about climate change which is caused by our entire civilisation emitting more than 90 million tons of CO2 every day. Air pollution, water pollution, deforestation, biodiversity loss, toxic and chemical waste in rivers.
Although there is not a great deal we can do to tackle climate on our own, it is important not to forget that whilst we are watching football with family and friends (or doing something else) that we remember what is going on in the world.
Our world, the world that we live in; the world where we are doing our daily things in life.
Of course, it is important to enjoy life and have fun with family and friends, but it is also important to adopt the ‘helicopter view’ and look from above to grasp the bigger picture of what is happing in our lovely world.