Welcome back for the second week of the April 2013 A-Z Challenge. I have decided to let you know a little more about me and my passions through this challenge. I encourage you to click on the button on the right and check out some of my fellow challenge participants. We pick up today with G.
Kermit has it all wrong when he tells us it’s not easy being green.
It has never been easier to be green, or to go green. You can be the palest celadon or the darkest forest with minimal effort.
CFL, Low-E, BPA, non-GMO – so many letters to choose from! It can all be a little overwhelming.
Reducing, Reusing, Recycling…. Buying local, in-season, ethically produced…. Find your method and just do it. I find that I often have more in the recycling bin than the trash collection each week. I still waste more than I like, but I am still learning.
If it is part of your everyday activity and existence, there is a way to make it greener.
I am fully convinced that one of our original mandates as humans was to take care of this amazing creation that surrounds us. We have untold resources at our disposal, but that doesn’t mean that they are to be entirely disposed of. Our stewardship of every blessing we have been afforded is a reflection of our relationship with the God who gives so richly.
"Watch out and be on guard against all greed because one's life is not in the abundance of his possessions."... For life is more than food and the body more than clothing…For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
Luke 12:15,23,34 (CSB)
Isn't it enough for you to feed on the good pasture? Must you also trample the rest of the pasture with your feet? Or [isn't it enough] that you drink the clear water? Must you also muddy the rest with your feet?
Ezekial 34:18 (CSB)
What is one thing you can do to become a little greener? Is there something you’d like to learn more about?