Rant on Greed

8 December 2015

Guest post by Frank Heiberger, author of The Feud Mahatma Gandhi spoke one of the greatest truisms when he said, “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” Absolute power corrupts absolutely as the love of wielding power overwhelms any prior altruism in a person. An allegory exists for wealth […]

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Guest post by Nancy Pilling, author of With This In Mind It is said that enough food is produced daily that the world’s population could be fed a few times over. The statistics of how much food is actually thrown out daily in North America alone is staggering. I have been guilty of this as […]

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Making a Difference

8 December 2015

Guest post by Victoria Randall, author of City of Hidden Children My new hero is Manoj Bhargava, the founder of 5-Hour Energy, who has pledged to give 99 percent of his $4 billion net worth to charity. But he’s not just tossing money at the poor to help them. He has decided to make a […]

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Hungry Parasites

8 December 2015

Guest post by Jasbir S Jagdeo, author of The Shreds of Character It has always been said that we are slaves to our stomachs. We do whatever we do, basically, to insure against hunger. No matter how much a man has, he needs more to keep his anxiety in control. The fear of that day […]

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Poverty in Other Times

8 December 2015

Guest post by Angela Rosemary, author of Dating Calamity Most of us have lived in times of excess. My parents did not, though life had changed dramatically by the time I came along, when my parents were in their 40’s. My mother was quite young when her father took a job with Inter Mountain Coal […]

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Guest post by Charles Vrooman, author of The True Virus You’ve seen the ads saying “Got Milk?” well cows can give us much more. How about “Got Watt?” yes we can get electricity from cow manure. Dairies are using methane digesters to collect gas from manure to produce electricity. This means that dairies can cut […]

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