This book is a unique and scary insight into what we have become and what we might yet become if we don’t wake up and start treating the world like a huge landfill. I’m a medical professional (RN) and by no means a granola-eater or tree hugger, but after reading this book, I stopped taking my world for granted and started giving thanks for little things, like the food I eat, the plants that give me oxygen and food, the sun that gives life to all, etc. Pay specific attention to the prophecies toward the end of the book. If they aren’t a wake-up call, I don’t know what is!
Posted by Treebeard on December 21st 2014
Nature is God“Nature is God in a form that we can directly perceive even through our limited senses.”
- Turn down your thermostat
Every degree lower in the winter or higher in the summer you put it is a 10 percent decrease on your energy bill.