If we create our own world through our beliefs, then is climate change really a concern for us if it is not part of our belief system?

If the answer is yes, then what is our role? To change our thinking?

asked 20 Nov '09, 20:35

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edited 12 Feb '13, 04:23

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Barry Allen ♦♦

In our " own world " I would guess it is not a primary concern but when we begin to wake up to who we really are then I would have to say it is our concern, as we realise that we are not just here as a seperate being but are connected to the whole and have a concern for the planet we live on and all sentient beings on it. I think by beginning to change our way of thinking is a good start and to help where we see the opportunity, to " Be the change we want to see".


answered 20 Nov '09, 22:19

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Of course the answer is yes climate change really matter in our own world. I pray an ask Jesus to heal the land because he said if we ask him too than he would heal the land and so I believe him and I am trying to get the mother earth healed from all of this including the climate change, for people have done some serious damage to mother earth.


answered 20 Nov '09, 22:18

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mother nature holds the rules
here on planet earth with
adamantine justice,
ignore her if you choose


answered 13 Feb '13, 21:19

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