Tag Archives: environment

Environment protection.

There are big demonstrations against Russia searching/drilling for oil in the arctic ocean but how many of those protesting have minimised their use of petroleum and plastics? ☺

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The immediate future of life on Earth.

In the case of the majority of us the preoccupation with things of little consequence distances them from the catastrophic climatic changes ahead, often affecting their descendants more than themselves, so much so that the sober predictions and warnings of … Continue reading

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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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Shooting wildlife.

Shooting wildlife is egocentricity. ☺

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Thank goodness.

  A conversation between two people early one clear morning. A: What a lovely day! B: Yes, but everything is getting very dry. A: Good for some life but not for others. B. We are not in control of the … Continue reading

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Fish farming – ocean.

Firstly, the long term adverse effects of having millions of large fish artificially confined and farmed in one comparatively shallow spot close to land are unknown and should not, therefore, be allowed. Where nature’s balance is upset the results are … Continue reading

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