Good evening dear uncle, Hope you are well. For the last few years Skye and I have been understanding and coming to terms with: i) Western civilisation, and ii) Its ecocidal and generally anti-life agenda, and iii) Death and extinction. … Continue reading
Until now, my 18th book has only been available on minced dead forest. My wonderful publisher, Victor Volkman of Loving Healing Press has just let me know that the book is now available on Kindle. Other formats and other selling … Continue reading
Please have a look at a report in Mountain Views Mail concerning my just-published book, From Depression to Contentment: A self-therapy guide.
I found Ian’s blog when researching my just-published book, From Depression to Contentment: A self-therapy guide. If you want to improve your understanding on a wide range of issues, you just can’t go past his blog, where he states: “Welcome … Continue reading
Originally posted on Cynthia Kaufman:
As I write this the air is brown and dangerous to breathe for the third day in a row in California. Yesterday I needed to wear a respirator to keep my lungs from hurting. So…
Odd. My post disappeared from the post. This is what I had written: https://news.3m.com/press-release/company-english/3m-smog-reducing-granules-harness-power-sun-improve-air-quality 3M has developed a roof coating that uses UV energy from the sun to decompose nitrous oxides in the air, which are the main component of … Continue reading
The story of Sarah Jackson gave me a warm feeling, and if you agree with her that “Over and over the Bible talks about treating the sojourner or immigrant as one of your own,” then you may be motivated to … Continue reading
If you are an American, and anticipate possible obstructionism or prejudice while attempting to cast a vote, prepare yourself by reading this excellent article at Care2.com.
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Originally posted on Tas Through the Looking Glass:
I’ve asked Dr. Bob Rich, author, conservationist, and professional granfather, to join me today. After reading two of his books and sharing a number of long conversations, which covered a multitude of…