As the plastix hits, I weep for us all my children. Please come sit by me… Hold my hand a while…? My heart is wounded and laden. I pray I am not losing faith but I feel an indescribable pull…
As the plastic hits, I feel different… Where can one nun start or finish…? Let’s play a game! How many plastic items can you see in front of you? Behind you? Beside you? Above or under you? On you… In you…?
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Welcome ! Welcome! Sister GlitterNullius reporting to you! I’ve been out and about investigating where we might find some absolution for our plastic-waste sins and whether it really is a matter of individuals’ digressions or is a higher power calling the shots?
Perhaps my children we can consider the industries that produce and feed our plastix addiction, might themselves share the responsibility? Perhaps we could reduce our plastic-waste if we changed how we manufacture? What if governments and multi-nationals had to adhere to strong environmental protection rules? Who is going to make that call? Cannot The Deadly Sins hold industry and governments accountable or do you think the problem is insurmountable?
I will leave you to ponder and pray upon these questions, because it’s all starting to feel like a dizzying plastic loop right now! It’s all such a huge complicated problem! Even the chosen faithful can begin to lose faith! This nun needs a little nip… Oh! I mean, a little nap!
Your Friend, in and out of Plastix! Four Gods forever and ever! Goodnight… Oh! I mean…Amen!
Come in my children! Come in plastix saints and sinners. Don’t be afraid… I have survived the plastix madness…. You can see what it has done to me and we don’t want it to happen to anyone else now, do we?
Don’t be afraid. Step in…step in, we are all plastix sinners in here. Tell me your plastix troubles, confess your plastix sins to Sister GlitterNullius or Sister Ninny Nurdles…she’s here for you too, amongst the plastix…because of the plastix… It’s all about the plastix and their off-spring…MICRO-PLASTIX! Take a seat and give us your plastic-waste sins…
Come in… come in! Greetings! Greetings! The Sisters of Perpetual Plastix have received their first confession! So, let’s open it and see if we can help! Starlo is a middle-aged biker who writes…
Bless me Sisters for I have sinned. This is my first plastic sin confession….I make a conscious effort not to bring plastics into the house but when I do the grocery shopping, everything’s in plastic! My family have to eat and there’s no time left in the day to be the plastic police! What difference can one person make? The harder I try, the harder it seems to get! It’s hopeless and give up in the end! The more aware I become, the more plastic I see! I’m having nightmares where I am drowning in plastix!
I give up sometimes! It’s insurmountable! How can I be a better consumer Sisters?
Sister Glitternullius is a walking, talking contradiction and hypocrite. She is wise and quiet or loud and trashy. She can be both gentle and sinister, empathetic and fatalistic. GlitterNullius is the personification and representation of the hypocrisy dilemma that is the capitalist, consumerist way of life. Sister Glitternullius is a Dark Nun, the bride and the product of colonisation, capitalism, consumerism and religions such as Catholicism. She is simultaneously ancient and modern.