No Respect to the world we’ve created

Jamal Ballouk
2 min readFeb 7, 2023

the world is seems to be marching his final steps towards decay

Photo by Benjamin Elliott on Unsplash

As humans, we have come a long way in terms of progress and development. We have built towering skyscrapers, developed advanced technology and made remarkable breakthroughs in medicine and science. However, despite all of these achievements, we continue to live in a world that is marked by conflict, hatred and destruction.

The war mindset that seems to pervade the world is a reflection of our savage nature, and it is disheartening to see how little respect we have for the world that we have created. We have destroyed countless ecosystems, polluted the environment and threatened the very existence of countless species. Our actions have proved that we are not the only sustainable creatures on the planet, but in fact, we are the only unsustainable ones.

Moreover, the notion that technological evolution and civility are closely connected has been shattered. In the age of social media, we have seen a rise in hate speech, misinformation and cyberbullying. We have become a world where people are more concerned with accumulating wealth, power and influence, rather than with promoting peace and compassion.

The sad reality is that the world seems to be marching towards its final steps of decay, and it is imperative that we take action to reverse this trend. We need to recognize that the problems we face are not isolated, but are interconnected and interdependent. We need to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle, reduce our carbon footprint, and work towards a more equitable and just world.

In conclusion, the lack of respect for the world that we have created is a cause for concern, and we must take steps to change our ways. We must put aside our differences and work together to create a better future for ourselves, for future generations and for the planet. Let us take a stand for a world that is marked by peace, compassion, and respect for all living beings.



Jamal Ballouk

Because somebody had to write about the tragedy of existence with a sense of humor.