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Animal abnormalities & illnesses.

With the exception of Homo sapiens in the “civilized” world all animals living naturally have few naturally occurring abnormalities and illnesses. ☺

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Wise use of objects.

When the credo of manufacturers is planned obsolescence and others encourage waste, for their profit, it is wise to put objects to their maximum, efficient use and allow the time to do this. This is sound spiritual training. ☺

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Traffic congestion.

What is the extreme traffic congestion on the roads in developed and developing countries a sign of – what does this indicate – a juggernaut? ☺

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Human health.

The human race, or at least the “developed” part of it, is not actually getting healthier. The illusion is created by the use of vast quantities of mainly inorganic pharmaceuticals. ☺

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Leaving the forests.

When we left the forests we left sustainability behind. ☺

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Lifestyle aspiration.

Unfortunately, in the developed and developing worlds, the  standard used for what people need is the aspirational, increasingly costly, seen as de rigueur lifestyle so ardently pursued by so many – those many searching for the literal and metaphorical pot … Continue reading

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Out of sight, out of mind.

The use of insinkerators is a lazy and costly way of waste disposal. Out of sight, out of mind! Passing the buck! ☺

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