Killing Our Earth – Who Will Provide The Grand Design?

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We have been given dominion over this earth.

We are the Stewards of Destiny.
We have Free Will to do as we “damn” well please.
Will we be praised or will we be “damed” by our actions over this planet
What are we doing with our responsibility?
Are we caring for this planet…or destroying it?

I believe the Eagles were trying 20 years ago to get us to wake up and think about this. Here are their words to us.


“Who will provide the grand design?
What is yours and what is mine?
‘Cause there is no more new frontier
We have got to make it here

We satisfy our endless needs and
justify our bloody deeds,
in the name of destiny and in the name
of God”                      The Eagles – Last Resort

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How a Police Officer & Volunteers built a Texas no kill shelter


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Corn Is Not For Dogs! Ever Wonder Why?

Corn is not for dogs! Ever wonder why?

Aflatoxin is a naturally occurring by-product of certain fungi that can grow in corn. High doses of aflatoxins result in severe hepatocellular necrosis, and prolonged low dosages result in reduced growth rate and liver enlargement. Signs of ingestion include vomiting, lethargy, diarrhea and possibly jaundice if left untreated for an extended period of time.

Wet conditions can cause corn to become stressed, creating an ideal environment for fungi containing aflatoxin to grow, according to Tina Wismer, DVM, medical director of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal’s Animal Poison Control Center. Because fungi containing aflatoxins grow inside the corn kernels, they are difficult to detect before the corn is processed into food, and pockets of infected food can leave production facilities undetected.

Please look at the labels. This is very serious and in the summer can be a greater risk.

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