You don’t really want what you think you want,Jeff Foster (via iamyouis)
And that’s why getting what you want,
Doesn’t satisfy ‘you’ for long.
The Christian life, according to Jesus, is clearly marked by social justice. If one is not engaging in building God’s Kingdom on the earth as it is in heaven, that person is simply not living the Jesus way. Love is the chief mark of a child of God and love is always an action. Love is about sacrifice. Yes, it is important to tell people we love them and that God loves them. But even better and more powerful than that is to show them God’s love for them. To be the hands and feet of Jesus to the lonely stranger on the street.There Is No Other Gospel Than The “Justice” Gospel (via azspot)
Dealing in Doubt presents a brief history of climate denial and attacks on climate science over the past two decades, focusing specifically on denier campaigns against the IPCC, including current efforts by the Heartland Institute, the funding of those campaigns and the wide range of tactics and tricks used by a small handful of deniers to undermine legitimate science.
“The lasting legacy of these corporations, front groups, organizations and individuals who have threatened scientists and attacked scientific institutions like the IPCC, is a delay in reaction time and solutions to the climate crisis,” Davies concluded. “This means global warming will hit harder and cost more to fix.”
Read report here:
If we were serious about doing something about global warming, the federal government certainly wouldn’t be talking about controlling the burning of coal in the U.S. on the one hand while encouraging the export of coal to the rest of the world to be burned. There’s certainly a contradiction there where the left hand doesn’t know, or pretends it doesn’t know, what the right hand is doing.Thomas M. Power, research professor and professor emeritus of economics at the University of Montana in Missoula quoted in “Coal Exports Contradict Obama’s Climate Pledge, Critics Say” - Huffington Post (via environmentalillnessnetwork)
Tree Hugger Sign
Explain to future generations it was good for the economy .
When they can’t farm the land, breath the air and drink the water.
oh my gosh