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I am getting tired of this

missional lifestyle, thinking green - by - January 15, 2009 - 15:07 Etc/GMT+5 - 1 Comment

People gripe and complain about the economy, about who is elected for what office, about how nothing last like it use to (and growing landfills) and all these other social and environmental issues, yet they are getting exactly what they voted for. NO, I am not talking about the vote you cast at the ballot box. While that counts for something, we each vote every single day with our time and our money: a much more powerful elector.

I am sure I could rant all day about this if you let me, but today let me point you to a couple items to note and a few resources you may be interested in.

Regulating the U.S. to Death – my wife does a lot of our social and environmental blogging, this post from yesterday is just the tip of the iceberg, feel free to look at some of our other posts there.

What to do about Detroit – think free market.

Buy Used: buying used reduces waste, saves you money and reduces demand for cheap junk. Buying local reduces transportation cost and is environmentally friendly.

The Power of Consumer Patriotism: (lots of ads on this site, but there is some good info if you are willing to dig.)

a couple of Resources (click on the icons to visit the websites)

learn how you can b(eco)me greener


  1. Birthblessed says:

    Hey Jeff did you see this one at Stuff Christians Like?

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