It is human. While they may be guilty sometimes of faking or making false impressions out of a sense of inadequacy, insecurity, and so forth, no one really appreciates false impressions. And when it affects them, they can feel insulted or hurt or offended. But today, there is one false impression that has completely bypassed them. Seeing it, they would not know how to tell the difference. And just how preoccupied people are these days.
Nice to know that many good people are turning their thoughts to the problems associated with global warming and climate change. Still stuck in their old ways, still trying to adapt to new and necessary ways, they feel guilty. They know what they are doing, or not doing, is wrong. And they feel guilty about it. And that’s a good thing. Eventually it will sink in. Now, clever people are doing this.
Synthetic lawn products are being used to create false impressions. But these are necessary. They are pertinent to drought-stricken areas. They are also ideal in cases where the costs of electricity have gone right through the ozone layer, still sorely lacking the essential resources, as in the sun, the wind, and even the rain, when it falls, to help contain their costs. They cannot contain themselves right now.
They cannot believe that they have gotten away with it. People passing by their front gardens are making deliberate turns back down those same roads, just to have another look. They are just so impressed and wonder how the owner got it right. Where did he find the time, the resources and the materials to get his lawn to look this fine? He didn’t. He went synthetic. It may not be authentic but it’s helping for now.