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Jeanne's Blog – February 2009 Archive (3)

Do you know who the author is?

men of earth



brothers in eternity



shake your souls awake



the hour so long waited for



the promised hour has come



over the dark firmament of suffering humanity



is rising the morning star



heralding the day when you will understand



that mans most sacred duty is to be man



that is... to manifest life, intelligence, truth and love



there is no higher aim, no vaster problem



and you… Continue

Added by Jeanne on February 24, 2009 at 11:30am — 2 Comments

20 elements of an ecology of peace

- An ecology of peace consists of an educated population maintaining a culture of frugality.



- Nonviolence is the equalizing element of an ecology of peace. It is sharing responsibility, respectfully, trusting and supporting while maintaining honesty and accountability. It is practicing non-threatening behavior, including responsible parenting and seeking negotiation and fairness within economic partnership.



- Tolerance and diversity are beneficial elements of an ecology… Continue

Added by Jeanne on February 16, 2009 at 6:30am — No Comments

Has the environmental movement changed the way people understand and live in the world?

Environmentalism is a reactionary movement that has evolved with the technological industrialization of the western world. It has been the watchdog barking at the beast in our back yard, warning us when the beast has gotten too close or grown too large. While some have been hypnotized with the beasts impressive talents and promises of convenience, the watchdogs have continued growling at the beast's cleverly disguised veneer and sniffing at its rotten smelling smokestacks. The environmental… Continue

Added by Jeanne on February 3, 2009 at 6:43am — No Comments


        

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