Re: A Thought On The "GOD" Question -Reply
Mar 24, 1997 10:31 AM
by Gilbert Arnold
It seems to me that we are closer to destroying the planet than we are to
having a functional drive system. This may have something to do about
learning that the Earth is sacred and alive.
>>> JRC <firstname.lastname@example.org> 03/24/97 10:17am >>>
On Mon, 24 Mar 1997 Drpsionic@aol.com wrote:
> The earth is not sacred, any more than a car is. You drive the car until
> wears out and then you get a new one. The same is true of planets.
> universe full of them to choose from and all we need is the drive
> get them.
> Chuck the Heretic
Yes, but a little maintenance and good driving and car care habits will
make a good car last much longer. Only difference between a car and a
planet is that if someone wants to take their car for granted and drive it
into the ground in a year or two, its their business - but those who act
with the same attitude towards the planet are making the choice for
ever other person and species as well.
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