Monday, August 27, 2007

[GMW #1288] Un General Assembly Major Issue Can Be Reducing World Waste Of Paper

[GMW #1288] Un General Assembly Major Issue Can Be Reducing World Waste Of Paper
Monday 27 August 2007, Editor: Easy
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Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 6501 to 7000

~ Idea 6661 ~

A good quantity of paper would be saved if the world's airlines had no big publicity magazines on the seats of all passengers.

World waste of paper, including in the UN, should be put as a major item on the agenda of the yearly UN General Assembly.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living, Volume II Chapter 8 Of Health
Doctors often ask if patients suffer from stress.

How useful it would be if they also asked: "Do you suffer from unhappiness, from pessimism?" It is here that science should provide an answer to this fundamental question by Norman Cousins:
"Just as despair sets the stage for its own omens, so reasoned hope provides the essential nutrients for a flowering of the spirit that enhances life, thereby contributing regenerative energies to the shared living environment." (See his preface to my book Most of All, They Taught Me Happiness).
In other words: pessimism feeds pessimism and breeds unhappiness, failure, sickness and death; optimism feeds optimism and begets happiness, success, health and a beautiful life.

Laughter is inner jogging.

Norman Cousins

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