OYOO is bringing together one inclusive and non-biased global community of earth-caring people . We believe that our choices every day affect each other and the planet. This connectivity is the solution to solving many of the challenges we face in our modern world today. OYOO means ‘one’ and so our name is symbolic of our goal – bringing humanity back together with nature.
Currently, mainstream societies are based on consumerism, and mass production through large companies, and most people are totally reliant on these companies for food, water, and medicine. We’ve essentially lost our ability to live a sustainable life, independent of commerce. The meaning of ‘Refind Your Nature’ is to awaken every human’s desire to live in harmony with nature, to slow things down and to remember what makes us feel whole and content. Without this we are simply existing, looking for the next short-term ‘fix’ which will not bring lasting happiness. Our health starts to suffer as we are constantly under pressure to make enough money to meet rising living costs and pay the bills. Time is taken up by work and we are exhausted with little time to truly relax. Thanks to the creation of the industrial age, we are all living in a hamster wheel and it’s hard to get off or imagine a life without the 9-5 grind.
OYOO is about breaking this cycle, supporting people who can see that there is more to life than simply earning enough money, just to survive. Large corporations / even governments are scared of people going ‘independent’, they will work hard to instil fear in us and create laws to make living off-grid difficult or tabooing natural remedies for our health, so we stay ‘stuck’ in the mass production debt machine. The other ugly side of this machine is how it treats nature. Many global companies are so focused on making money, that they don’t consider the impact they have on the planet, animals, and people. They bombard us with polished advertising campaigns and aim to keep us addicted to living on our devices, and not looking at the real world but staying in their online fake world through social media and advances in technology. The pharmaceuticals, energy companies, fast food companies, and technology companies are all dependent on us not seeing the reality of what they’re doing to our planet – and this must change if we are going to turn things around in time for future generations and all living beings on this earth.