9th June 2006 at 01:00
KS 2-4 If there is a Creator God, how might this God feel about what humankind is doing in the Amazon? How might secular humanists, who don't believe in God, feel about humankind and its "stewardship" of the Amazon?

Who do you blame for what is happening in the Amazon? Why? Is blame a very helpful emotion?

"Whenever taking a step, always watch out for ants and insects. Prohibit the building of fires (in case insects are killed) and do not set mountain woods or forests ablaze" (ancient Chinese saying). What might someone who lives by this teaching actually do to try to have some impact on what is happening?

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