Sunday, January 3, 2016

[GMW #3413] A Department Of Nature & Gardens In Every City

[GMW #3413] A Department Of Nature & Gardens In Every City Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 3500
~ Idea 3812 ~
Still 70% of the continents of our planet represent nature.

Remembering my early youth, which had such a determining influence on the rest of my life, I know that my love for nature was born and nourished by two major facts: the first was to walk in nature, especially forests, with the family and eat outdoors in nature during weekends and vacations.

The second was when the place where we lived offered the possibility of gardening and having some small animals like rabbits and chickens.

All over the world this should be given attention by the administration of human communities from the small villages to the biggest cities. Much is being done already, but I recommend that in every community there should be an Office of Relations with Nature dealing especially with these subjects.

A possibility should be offered to all human families to have a little garden and small animals, thus preserving nature, both in reality and in the minds and hearts of the children.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II The Art of Personal Happiness
Chapter 2, Of Happiness

I will never know the answers to the many mysteries of life. No one ever will. But I can use my enthusiasm and talent to write and speak about the miracle of life so as to impart some happiness to my fellow humans.

UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children, Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.

Everything flows and nothing abides, everything gives way and nothing stays fixed.
~ Heraclitus

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