Plastic pollution: Convenience is king, until it’s not

Author:
Kenny Primrose
Date:
February 21, 2024
Type:

Kenny Primrose reflects on the cost of convenience in our lives and suggests that one of the most significant losses is care.

"The problem is that we are sold on convenience, having continually been slipped the lie that convenient lives are significantly better ones, unencumbered by the onerous frictions of a less convenient life."

https://thinkingfaith.com/convenience-is-king-until-its-not/

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