Sunday, January 5, 2020

[GMW #4477] Regeneration Of Earth - Renaturing , Limiting Human Occupation Of Earth

[GMW #4477] Regeneration Of Earth - Renaturing , Limiting Human Occupation Of Earth Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 4000

~ Idea 4863 ~
Thank God that 71 percent of the Earth's surface are seas and oceans and that there are also many mountain areas and deserts. Someone should calculate how much surface the three together represent. If they did not exist, the whole surface of the Earth would be covered with cities, industries, roads, highways and airports.

Could humans not at least decide to limit their occupation of the Earth and stop the process of de-earthing and denaturing?

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II - The Art of Personal Happy Living
Chapter 6 - Of Hope

Decide to Hope
Be an enthusiast, a prophet of hope

Never give up hope
Be a daily model of hope
Give hope to your trillions
    of little cells
    to your faithful heart
    to your wonderful mind
    to all your marvelous organs
    to the creativity of your hands
Give hope to all people around you
Have hope in yourself
    in your children
    in humanity
    in the world
Have hope even in after-death
For hope is the elixir of life

Hope is a main concern of God
Who holds you, humanity, the world
    and the whole universe together
    in His boundless loving arms.

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

Daily Ray of Hope
The Irish
                                                          Hills outside
                                                          of San Luis
                                                          California Photo by Mimi Ditchie | Buttermilk Bend Trail, South Yuba River State Park in Nevada County, California

Sometimes in the summer evenings they walked up the hill to watch the afterglow clinging to the tops of the western mountains and to feel the breeze drawn into the valley by the rising day-heated air.

Usually they stood silently for a while and breathed in peacefulness. Since both were shy they never talked about themselves. Neither knew about the other at all.
~ John Steinbeck

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