I just watched "I am Greta" a documentary about Greta Thunberg. I admire her strength and how capable and determined she was and still is.
I was very sad to see how she actually was emotionally attacked by adults - especially the ones who are or were in power at that time.
She is a very intelligent girl who just wants to be heard and wants adults to take action, but instead of supporting her they just were judging her and her Asperger syndrome. At one point Greta says; "..yes I have Asperger but that does not mean I am suffering from it !" Greta you were very clear about your fear what is happening right now and might happen in future. I congratulate you and thank you for being a great example for all of us, children and adults.
Please do watch and remember how important it is to remember every day that there is only one planet we have, this beautiful planet called Earth !
We all have to be more conscious and definitely earth worthy.
We all have an impact by our habits and behaviours even with our thoughts. It is time to learn, teach and take responsibility.
Thank you Greta ! Thank you Nathan Grossman for an eye opening documentary.
The story of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg is told through compelling, never-before-seen footage in this intimate documentary from Swedish director Nathan Grossman.
Watch it on BBC