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Succor or Succumb to… What the heck! Save (Succor) the Earth and Each Other

1) Everyone in need should have more.
2) Those who have too much should share.
3) Those who are suffering should be succored.

Succor – Assistance in time of difficulty; “The contributions provided some relief for the victims.”
Ministration, Succour, Relief: Assist, Assistance, Help, Aid – The activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose; “He gave me an assist with the housework.”; “Could not walk without assistance.”; “Rescue party went to their aid.”; “Offered his help in unloading.”

Consolation, Solace, Comfort – The act of consoling; giving relief in affliction; “His presence was a consolation to her.”
Mercy – Alleviation of distress; showing great kindness toward the distressed; “Distributing food and clothing to the flood victims was an act of mercy.”

Verb 1. Succor – “Help in a difficult situation.”
Succour – Aid, Assist, Help – Give help or assistance; be of service; “Everyone helped out during the earthquake.”; “Can you help me carry this table?”; “She always helps around the house.”

Succor the Earth… Cold Fusion Now!

I succor, you succor, we all succor or succumb to suffer and perish together…

Save the Earth!

Succor…

or succumb.

suc·cumb

/səˈkəm/

Verb
  1. Fail to resist (pressure, temptation, or some other negative force).
  2. Die from the effect of a disease or injury.
 
Synonyms
die – surrender – yield – submit – give in

 

6 thoughts on “Succor or Succumb to… What the heck! Save (Succor) the Earth and Each Other

  1. Dennis

    I succor, you succor, we all succor or succumb to suffer and perish together…
    What you say is true and insightful.

    1. Gregory Goble Post author

      Insightful…

      Synonyms
      discerning, wise, perceptive, prudent, sagacious, sage, sapient

      Antonyms
      unperceptive, unwise

      Related Words
      acute, penetrating, percipient, perspicacious; experienced; discriminating, discriminative; brainy, bright, brilliant, clever, intelligent, keen, nimble, quick, quick-witted, smart; cerebral, erudite, knowledgeable, learned, literate, scholarly; astute, clearheaded, piercing, sharp, shrewd; contemplative, reflective, thoughtful

      Near Antonyms
      dense, dull, obtuse, purblind, woodenheaded; brainless, dumb, feebleminded, foolish, idiotic (also idiotical), imbecile (or imbecilic), knuckleheaded, moronic, silly, simple, slow, slow-witted, stupid, thoughtless, unintelligent, witless; undiscriminating

  2. Brad Arnold

    http://mashable.com/2013/03/02/wealth-inequality/

    I tend to evaluate things based upon their functionality. Our current system (as inequitable as it is – see the link above) seems to be doing quite well in terms of technological progress and resource production and distribution. That being said, there is always room for improvement, and I look forward to a time when the Malthusian dynamic of scarcity gives way to the dynamic of abundance.

    BTW, bemoaning the status quo is like farting into the wind: it feels good, but is like a skunk at a garden party.

    1. Invient

      20000 children dieing everyday due to poverty (i.e. unable to afford necessities) IMO is not doing pretty well… But to each his own.

      1. Greg Goble

        Environmental remediation and restoration is an industry that has shown steady growth since its’ inception. Humanitarian aid is also an industry showing steady growth. The causes for the needs of such industries are a crux under the skin yet their are many examples, in life, which give cause for hope. There is the granting of a U.S. patent for a functioning LENR device and also the role that empathy plays in the evolution of humanity and society. I believe the one will further empower the other… In the very least LENR will alleviate many of the causes of senseless destruction and war; inherent famine and poverty.

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