So, let's all do something as a unified community to foster compassion and rewilding all over the world, for all animals, human and nonhuman. We know humans care about what happens to them and to their families and friends, so let's stop pretending that other animals don't care as well (please see "A Universal Declaration on Animal Sentience: No Pretending"). And, when we're doing something, let's use that positive feeling to be creative and do even more. The world needs all the help it can get from those who are able to do something.
Working as a unified community is essential. We need to present a united front and accept that people who share common goals that fall under the broad umbrella of compassion and rewildling may go about achieving them in different ways. Bickering weakens us all and can undermine efforts to add compassion, peace, and love to the world.
We're not "the radicals"
It's high time for a global social revolution that centers on compassion and rewilding, involving people of all ages, backgrounds, and interests, that focuses on how we think and how we act to make the world a better place for all. Often, people who really care about helping other animals or saving landscapes and who want to add compassion to the world are called "the radicals." We need to make it clear that we are not the radicals, but rather people who truly care about what the future will look like for following generations, including youngsters who will inherit what we leave them. The future of our magnificent planet rests in their hands and in their hearts.