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DailyGoodVoice for the PlanetFrom disappearing species to plastic pollution and our disastrously weak attempts to recycle it, here's what the top voices on climate change - from Sir David Attenborough to Jane Goodall to Greta Thunberg - have to say about the planet's escalating biodiversity crisis. [Full Story on DailyGood.org]  

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Stories of Kindness

Small Acts

" Facing the sunshine, shadows fall within the light. Illumination. mj haiku & photo" mindyjourney, Sep 16

"With all of the strange things that are going on in my life, I am wondering if the sky is going to rain frogs. Luckily, I like frogs 🐸. Smiling heart ❤️ " smilinghearts, Sep 13

"Colleague and friend is facing a long list of scary challenges. Today I drove an hour to his house and helped him organize his checkbook." lindariebel, Sep 16

"I just wanted to drop by & say hi "Normal" is starting to establish itself again most days, so that's a good thing. Hope you all are having a great weekend!" alisamom, Sep 14

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Video of the Weekimage

Chad Pregracke grew up spending all his time either in, on or around the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers. By the time he was 17, he began to realize the extent of the pollution for a river that provided drinking water for 18 million people. At age 23, he founded an organization that has engaged over 87,000 volunteers and taken 8.4 million pounds of garbage from 22 rivers across the United States. And he hasn't stopped there - his organization gives educational workshops, plants trees, removes invasive species... Find out more about this everyday hero. [Source: KarmaTube]

Words of Wisdomimage

image Song Of The Birds, by David G. Haskell
For millennia, the language of birds has called us to cross divides. In the Qur’an, Solomon received a bounty and blessing when he was given the language of birds. Job exhorts us to hear the wisdom of the fowls of the air. News of the human world was carried into the divine ear by the... Read more on iJourney.org

image Kitchen Teachings: Conversation with Cherri Farrell, by Richard Whittaker
Cherri Farrell teaches consumer and family science, a subject that used to be called home economics. She teaches at College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, California. Her curriculum is devoted largely to cooking and nutrition and it's also. Read More on Conversations.org

Today's Quote

We've stolen our children's future -- and we're still stealing it. Jane Goodall

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