November 6, 2007

MAN BELONGS TO THE LAND AND NOT THE LAND TO MAN

Posted in Environment, Philosophy, Religion, Thoughts tagged , , , at 1:26 am by randallbutisingh

MAN BELONGS TO THE LAND AND NOT THE LAND TO MAN

When greedy man realises that he belongs to the land and not the land to him; when he ceases to build fences and walls and set up obstacles to shut out his fellow man and begin to share his God-given gifts and talents, the earth will be a paradise, for the earth is the Lord’s and all that is therein.

Fences can be broken down and barriers surmounted by a stronger enemy, so it is best for him to build bridges of Friendship to reach all mankind, for all mankind is one and humanity is indivisible.

Knowing this, it behooves us then to protect the land. The Aborigines of Australia will never cut down a tree, no matter how great is his need; but civilized man will cut down forests, destroy the land and pollute the rivers so as to get gold and diamonds, things which are not necessary for our survival, but which satisfy his greed and the vanity of man.

Randall Butisingh

http://www.randallbutisingh.wordpress.com

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2 Comments »

  1. randallbutisingh said,

    Thanks, teacher Randaall

    And the walls will fall
    Like the Jericho wall
    and the Berlin wall
    and the walling -in wall
    ]and the walling -out wall
    like the prison wall
    for every wall
    is going to fall.

    eusi (Eusi Kwayana)

  2. randallbutisingh said,

    MAN BELONGS TO THE LAND AND NOT THE LAND TO MAN

    Thank you, Thank you. Could not have said it any better myself.

    How do you envision this can happen for those of us who are not on the same page?

    We all at one time or another give lip service to alot of issues but have not shared an actual way of accomplishing such ideals.

    If some of us, if not all try to do a little bit at a time, we may surprise ourselves and others that it really doesn’t take much to accomplish a lot.

    Angela T


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