Observations of a Non-Scientist about Sustainable Living, Renewable Energy and the Power of the Sun.

Get Organized

-Ethiopian proverb

Save some for the next guy.

“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed.”
- Mahatma Gandhi

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Save the flora and fauna of our planet

 "One who gains strength by overcoming obstacles possesses the only strength which can overcome adversity."

~Albert Schweitzer

This  blog attempts to spread the word that animals need protection, as does habitat.

My situation means you won't see me in the field but I do have a computer and Google blogs to help tell the story.  People becoming aware of his plight in every possible manner is the goal.  Blogs can highlight the work of environmentalists and zoologists and other specialists working in the field.  

Sahsa Dichter's words are quoted to give encouragement to people working to save the planet and its inhabitants.  Remember the commercial to end littering," Every Litter bit hurts"?  Well, every little effort helps.

Acumen Fund where Mr. Dichter works is doing many great things in the lesser developed countries making investments versus philanthropy.  They are admirable for taking a different approach and trying to see the money is invested in the people of these countries and the money does not just go to support large institutions or corrupt politicians.

Sasha  is a good thinker with a great facility with words so it is inacumbent upon me to leave  this  quote  intact.  I could only ruin his meaning by editing... LOL

Your idea | Sasha Dichter's Blog

Your idea

At the start it’s just smoke, a wisp. It has no substance or form.

You can take it around to people for help shaping it, so you can better understand what it could be.

But the thing is, at the start it has no mass, and until it does it’s impossible for people to really do much of anything about it.  They can talk and you can talk, and that’s about it.

Mass gives it the ability to go places.  Mass means that with a push it can break through things.

Talk is fine, but the real work is giving your idea some mass.


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