Pope Francis: “Today's culture of waste is a form of nihilism”

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15/11/2022
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In a meeting with a group of pharmacists promoting natural medicine, Pope Francis expressed his sadness at the disappearance of original peoples, particularly those in the Amazon, who embody healthy ways of living with nature.

POPE FRANCIS

Original cultures always have this attitude toward creation and the environment of living well. That's not to say, “the good life,” or having a good time, no. It is the harmony of a person, of the family, of a people, living with creation.

The Pope said that care for each person and for the planet, which is promoted through natural medicine, is one way of fighting the culture of waste so prevalent today, and which he called a form of nihilism.

POPE FRANCIS
In today's globalized and interconnected world, the confrontation between two cultures appears even more evident: the culture of consumerism and waste—they go together, cultures of consumerism and waste—which is a form of nihilism, and then the culture of care on the other side.

It forces a choice [on us], because the cry of the earth and of the poor demand responsibility. Respond.

“Apoteca Natura” is a network of some 1,000 natural medicine pharmacists throughout Europe founded in 2018 to promote healthy living through medicines that respect the planet.

JM 

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