Lessons in Living: What Humanity Can Do For Nature

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My journey to the Okavango Delta in Botswana was a life-changing experience. Witnessing the principles of Wholistic Wellbeing being played out in the jungle helped me evaluate my place in the world.

Nature plays an important role in my life. My journey to Okavango Delta in Botswana was the closest encounter I have had with the wild ever. It was inspirational to say the least, and I learnt a lot from witnessing the animal kingdom up close.​

​Seeing the principles of Wholistic Wellbeing being played out in the jungle — animals living in the now, co-existing in harmony with each other and with their surroundings, building meaningful relationships, giving back, and celebrating life, helped me evaluate "Who am I”. It helped me introspect about what one is contributing to this world and the impact our choices may have, not just in our immediate environment but outside of it too.

As we continue to face the consequences of climate change and the depletion of natural resources, it's become increasingly important to prioritize conservation efforts. One of the key ways we can do this is by recognizing and respecting animals as individuals.

Through my initiative Roundglass Sustain, we highlight lesser-known, threatened, and unloved species through evocative storytelling. It hopes to encourage people to protect the Earth’s wealth and diversity by creating a treasure trove of multimedia stories.​ By working to conserve animal populations and their habitats, we can help maintain the delicate balance of our planet's ecosystems. The planet belongs to every creature that breathes.  

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Sunny Gurpreet Singh

Sunny Gurpreet Singh

Entrepreneur and philanthropist bringing wellbeing to the world.
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