Living in Joy in an often Joyless World


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Living in Joy in an often Joyless World
Comments by Sean Keys - 1 Feb 2006

I completely agree with you, I would never say that someone's efforts are a waste of time - I don't believe life works that way, anyway.

What I'm getting at is "The Bigger Picture", all I want to see/get involved in/start is something greater - something that will have a larger scale impact or longer term affect.

I do believe that ecological care is the very next logical progression that 'path of compassion' and 'HIGHER stewardship' we have all taken, will lead us to.

To put it simply; what's the good of me being a vegetarian and rescuing domestic species (which of course are light years away from extinction), if in less than 2 generations (IE, my children or grand children) there could be a massive loss of species, not due to the traditional loss of habitat to humans, but due to vast areas becoming uninhabitable.

We need to step up the campaign - the principle our diets represents is 'RESCPECT FOR LIFE' (and of course as believers, acknowledging the source and purpose of life). The environment is the 'vessel' containing all life - there's no way around addressing environmental issues if we honestly want to say we want to preserve/defend/protect LIFE on planet earth.

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