Can concern for the environment be common ground between Pagans & Christians or am I being stupidly optimistic?
Here is a small piece:
Benedict XVI said that with a little work and creativity, "humanity is able to assume the grave duty to hand over to the new generations an earth which, in turn, the latter will be able to inhabit worthily and cultivate further...For this to happen it is indispensable that the present model of global development be transformed through a greater and shared responsibility for creation: This is demanded not only by environmental emergencies, but also by the scandal of hunger and poverty."
If we care about one another & future generations, love the Earth, hate hunger & poverty, then can we pick up litter we pass, and dump plastic bottles in the recycler when we're already at Walmart?
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Answer by metalcowgirl34 at 3:02 PM on Aug. 27, 2009
Some day there may be co-existing between faiths of all kinds and if it's the thought of our Mother Earth being used up and wasted to get this started then so be it...
What do you want to leave our children and their children? People put to much on one thing and over look what is more important...
We are all humans, We all feel and We all bleed the same... We don't have to believe the same to co-exist or protect what will one day be our children's...
Saving one will Save many...
Answer by gmasboy at 3:12 PM on Aug. 27, 2009