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Saturday, August 18, 2012
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abortion.©18/08/2012,Think of the bigger picture. This is for Minsky, who,had send me, this marvelous video of Mother Earth, thank you!

I do know, that in certain moral and religious thought, there is a focus on the foetus right to life, yet we forget, we are committing them to a more horrible and slower death, if we don’t see the bigger picture, let’s focus on “All” life, so that we can live also, before Mother Earth aborts us. Things dead, from manipulation, unnatural crops, unnatural pest controls, etc, etc, surely they too, will carry us to our own extinction,
We might have already gone too far, to have as was, nature take care of itself, and in turn us, if the greed section of the human chorus, would just sing at a lower, slower key


I would wager thoughts that if,
Future generations want to live,
It best would be their parents give,
A thought or two, how now they care,
This our Mother Earth, with all to share,
To hug a tree, for breathing,
Even though you might be sneezing,
And with allergies are wheezing,
The alternative, you might well dread,
For without its air, you would be dead,
Do a bee, a sweet kind treat,
Sweet things does it pollinate you eat,
It takes tens of millions to do this feat,
Let all them fly and do their thing,
Or else, there’s more to fear, than just their sting,
Let live, the worm, the ant, the fly,
For if their all be dead, too, soon you’ll die,
You surely know enough, not ask me why,
Let all on earth, have their fair portion,
No need to worry then, about abortion.©18/08/2012



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Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/20/2012
"Let live the worm, the ant, the fly,..."
amen to that, Jasmin, and to all you say in this strong,
passionate work...with you all the way, my friend,

Reviewed by jude forese 8/19/2012
nature will always win out ... when she gets really pissed off she'll release a pandemic and in time nature will return to its own normality ...
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 8/19/2012
Let live, the bee, the worm, the ant, and the fly,
For if they're all dead, all future generations will die

We arrogant self-centered human beings simply refuse to believe that tiny insects are far more important to this planet than we are, and I sadly believe that we are already hastening its demise.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/18/2012
You are so right. If we don't take care of mother Earth, she will surely abort us. In spite of our fears, we're the most successful species on the planet. As such, crowd out every other living thing to our desire… and eventually, our demise.

Reviewed by Connie Faust 8/18/2012
Very interesting and full of wise thoughts. Take heed, lest we abort ourselves and future generations through negligence and selfishness.
Well done, Jasmin.

Reviewed by pat medlin 8/18/2012
a delightful concocting of words about a serious threatening issue...thank you jasmin

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