sported by vacationing millionaire players
suddenly swarmed by violent waters swirling
drowning residents,all inundated
by towering aquatic slayers
now our tragic eternal norm?
Global warming spawning devastation fearsome, alarming
though drawing thrill-seekers desiring to famously surf death dealing Tsunamis?
Deforestation triggered by consumers chasing latest mass-produced celebrity bred expensive adornments tossed yesterday upon a pile of rejected once worn today raiment?
Don’t we individually have a loving accountability to regenerate green care for our environment shared?
If you agree, to what degree?
Spun earth’s natural cycles universally sound with humanity in mind a wise Creator created waste elimination, cleaning air, water, international grounds
with crystal clear streams over rocks to rinse away impurities from even cloths scarlet to white became under a sun’s brilliant gleam.
Should not our acts harmonize with these cleansing activities not selfishly ruin nature in highend greedy narcissistic hording attacks?
Shouldn’t we carefully not concede our gifted earth to environmental woes because of nonessential wants instead of daily needs?
Love our neighbor as ourselves means not viewing unlimited consumption of energy or other resources as a wasteful right,
or pushing poison such as caustic plastic causing an international blight.
Natural resources not be squandered simply for our delight.
With attitude same as Jesus exudes shouldn’t we practice in total might:
“When they had eaten their fill, he said to his disciples: “Gather together the fragments left over, so that nothing is wasted.”
“Taste and see that Jehovah is good”
by harmoniously living principles demonstrating a genuineness of care for our universal neighbors connected as we are in a conjoined neighborhood.
Are not our actions a cause to sit, contemplate, even upon to brood
so as to live the best life
extended to all obedient mankind
in loving brotherhood?
Welcome!Here are the quotes from which you may choose
one or more:
8.. Walking On The Planet
“We can be mindful of what we buy, how we make a living, and how we act. Are our thoughts and actions coming from a place of fear or compassion? Are those actions helping or hurting others and the world? How are we walking on this planet – with a heavy foot or lightly? We are not looking to judge ourselves – just to see more clearly.” -Michael Kane
11. “First we have to let go of fixation on material things. This does not necessarily mean jettisoning all our material possessions, but it implies that we should not look to material things for lasting happiness.” -Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche
Why Care for Earth’s Environment https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/102007443?q=ruining+the+earth&p=par