I am displeased about the fact that there are some people who litter indiscriminately. I asked myself, “What kind of person does acts of such a hideous nature?” I came up with this concept: some people litter because they believe in separateness; their current idea about life is limited and they don’t adhere to the belief that all life is interconnected.
Unfortunately, not everyone believes that the planet that they live on is alive. So, out of ignorance, they leave a trail of garbage everywhere they go. I have seen people discard their refuse through their car window; when they were finished with their snack and soda, the wrapper along with the empty bottle ended up at the side of the road.
For the record, litter can block drains resulting in floods. It can also become a breeding ground for rodents which could contribute to widespread diseases.
Children need to learn the importance of keeping their environment clean; learning a whole lot about Gaia can help with this, because when they learn that the planet that they live on is alive, they will approach life differently.
In the meantime, everyone can do their part by placing refuse in garbage bags and in designated bins throughout their neighbourhood.
There are a lot of people on the planet who are great at worrying; this habit of theirs probably developed from childhood (Most of what we have learned is by observing our parents and those around us in our formative years).
Luckily, with effort and practice, the habit of worrying can be broken; this is done by exercising faith. Just remember what the Holy Bible said about having the faith the size of a grain of mustard seed.
The more you exercise faith, is the less you worry. Besides, excessive worrying is bad for you. The negative habit of worrying can actually deplete your health (Now, that can’t be good).
As I have always said: “If you truly have faith in the Divine, you wouldn’t even dream about wasting your precious moments worrying.”
I recently downloaded the Google+ application on my BlackBerry smartphone; the Google+ application is a beta version; so it’s not 100% effective; however, I can work along with it, despite the fact that the messenger aspect of it doesn’t work.
In a past post, I mentioned that I hardly use the Google+ social network; so I am not really bothered about the app’s limitations at the moment.
The irony is: I was eagerly awaiting the release of this app; it was available for the iPhone and Android users for quite sometime.
Now, BlackBerry smartphone users can find the Google+ application on App World.
These days, you can hear all sorts of things about people in the music and movie industry.
Some people are saying that the “top dogs” are members of the illuminati or are controlled by the illuminati.
Recently, I watched a video that gave detailed explanations on illuminati symbolism; I found it to be rather interesting.
I am sure that there are some highly famous celebrities who have no illuminati ties whatsoever. However, if you are doing well financially, most people tend to think that you are involved in something sinister; strange, but true!
It was brought to my attention many years ago that if the electronic media disseminated information that certain powerful people disagreed with, they ran the risk of having their licence revoked.
This could explain why the media never took seriously the news of HAARP, extraterrestrials and new alternative energy sources to name a few.
These days, people have to search other sources on the internet to acquire information, because some of them are aware of the big cover up.
It is rather unfortunate that the mainstream media is not educating the populace of the dangers of fluoride, genetically engineered food and many other potentially carcinogenic substances. It is upon us to educate ourselves!
Instead of enlightening people, the mainstream media seems to be keeping the veil over people’s eyes.
Guava is a fruit that we have plentiful in The Republic of Trinidad And Tobago.
It has an oval shape and the skin has a green colour when the fruit is in its unripe stage. When the guava is ripe, the skin of the fruit is yellow or a lighter shade of green depending on the species of the guava.
The inside of the fruit (depending on the type of guava) is red, pink or white. The fruit is also filled with tiny seeds.
This tropical fruit is a rich source of vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B3, vitamin B6, vitamin E, calcium, iron, potassium, folate, copper, manganese, magnesium and fibre.
Guava is known to lower cholesterol and blood pressure.
Guava also promotes fertility in both men and women. It also wards of coughs and colds.
The consumption of guava can also lower the risk of a person developing type 2 diabetes.
Eating guava can also relax one’s nerves and muscles. It also promotes healthy brain function and it also helps in maintaining the health of the thyroid gland and is also good for preserving eyesight.
In my humble opinion, the guava is a marvellous fruit.
I have noticed that Facebook group administrators can simply add you to their group by clicking on your name (Wow, things have changed).
In the past, if someone wanted you to join their group, they would send you an invitation and it was up to you to accept the invitation or not.
The irony is: a few months ago, Facebook stated that in order for me to join a group, I would have to leave one of the numerous groups that I am a part of. Did Facebook dissolve those old groups? Or, did their policy change?
Facebook is forever changing and with those changes comes the implementation of new things of course.
In regards to groups, if someone makes you a part of their group and you don’t like the group’s description, you have the freedom to leave that group.