Eco – Thought for the Day


Look at My work, how beautiful and perfect is everything that I created. I created it for you. Be careful not to ruin and destroy My world. If you ruin it, there is nobody to restore it after you…” (Ecclesiastes Rabba 7:28)

Those timely words written back somewhere between the sixth and eighth centuries pretty much sums up the basic party line for ecologists everywhere.

About Jack Reichert

As far back as he can remember Jack Reichert has been interested in the environment.In the second grade, he rallied all of his classmates to donate one recess a week to cleaning up litter from the schoolyard. That was the same year that a city councilman asked him to help with his campaign because of the letter Jack had written asking him to clean up Boston Harbor.Ever since Jack has followed the development of the international green conscience with anticipation and hope that one day we will treat Mother Earth with the respect she deserves and not turn her into another Giving Tree.For tips, feedback and prophet sightings, Jack can be reached at jack (at) greenprophet (dot) com.

2 thoughts on “Eco – Thought for the Day”

  1. Bob Gilfoy says:

    Beautiful picture and sentiment,ecclesiastes 7:28 reads “Which my soul still seeks but i cannot find:One man amoung a thousand I have found,but a woman amoung all these i have not found.”7:29 reads “Truly,this only have i found:that God made man upright,but they have sought out many scemes” Please get scriptures acurate,as yes,the world needs to be protected and saved but the Truth will go a long way in doing so.thanks.

    1. There are a number of translations of the Holy Bible.

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