Living in Joy in an often Joyless World
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Living in Joy in an often Joyless World

Comments by Sean Keys - 30 Jan 2006

I've personally reached a point of , ,'saturation' (for want of a better word), where I am almost desperate to take action, I believe my witness is evolving - I am now on the brink of joining (and if I can't find one;) or forming a Christian ecology/environmental action group.

With the horrors of Global warming inching closer and now the false sense of security global DIMMING, has caused - I've realized what's the point of trying to defend the rights of a few species, when in less than a generation the habitat of countless species will be destroyed either by drought or flooding or rising sea levels on the coasts.

My first mission is to start a tree planting organization similar to Mama Miti of Nigeria (Greenbelt).

I just pray my talk will translate into action this year (cuz I've been saying this for the last couple of years)

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