As a minister, I have preached that we are here to be of service to others and to be care takers of this wonderful planet that God has given us.

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To my daughter and her children,

I fear is that with the current political climate in the US, we will destroy are planet and our children’s children will not live to see a healthy future or a healthy planet. By destroying our Earth we are showing our stupidity, and not caring for this planet as God had intended. We are here to be care takers, instead we are destroyers. As a minister I have preached that we are here to be of service to others and to be care takers of this wonderful planet that God has given us. I pray each day that we awaken from this nightmare of greed, selfishness, and hatred that has created a true hell on Earth.

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