Conservation stories, books, poems, and more

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Just asking if this leader can make our world a better place for all our good wishes from the bottom of my heart. I have only treasured this hope in my writing here. A change we seek may rise for this common welfare for our sustainable development globally. Saving more… Read More

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Let us trump this hour of deepest gratitude what makes us humble before Mother Nature. Your need trump this greatness of a very true need. :) Read More
The story begins when Mr. Thoreau, through an anomaly of nature, awakens in a bog near Concord, after being dead for 172 years. He promptly walks to Boston where he is arrested for catching and cooking a fish in Boston Commons Park. He is befriended by Marberry and Elizabeth Thornton… Read More

Poem / Memoir

November 20, 2015

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This Christmas make your hearts commitment rise for a genuine reason beyond time. When your fullest care make this journey ahead, within your true soul may you live prosperous happy healthy life ever. If you have crafted this passion let live this wish of our new generations one step ahead.… Read More
This written fact details ENCYCLICAL LETTER LAUDATO SI’ OF THE HOLY FATHER FRANCIS ON CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME. May help when we need this the most. :) Read More

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It is their livelihood. For humanitarian reason we cannot end solution with one green button. All life respect happiness to be with utmost wellness blessings. If this street has many passerby, who will route back in time for an hideout? Beheading all who may fall sick without daily bread, can… Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

December 16, 2014

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When you are naturally committed for the good cause the whole of universal might will be there for you and your good life. Lets make it bright and wake up each time when you close your eyes. Read More
In the dawn of history and today times changes with always what you have in your hand. Realizing the meaning of these words about our planet has been carved out as ever uncompleted short story. Read More

Poem / Memoir

December 16, 2014

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Have a time. Take a thought. Make this abundant. Kind as blessing. Listen from heart. Find one moment. Hear this. :) Read More

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If we make an resolution for 2014, let us promote the cause for this Energy conservation day like no other. I note this as we cannot never make such equilibrium for our future generation ahead. Let us do our best. :) Read More
The first book in “The Last Biome” series of fast-paced adventure novels starts with four young children who, prompted by their discovery of a strange white frog, accidentally open a pathway to a parallel world called Norefole. There they learn that some Norefolians have been traveling to Earth to save… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 13, 2013

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A poem expressing environmentalism! Read More
Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer Grady Harp says, "Having read and absorbed the very important book BLESS THE BEES by Kenneth Eade, this version that delivers the same message is meant for children and is a very fine introduction to biology for young minds: teach them from the start to… Read More

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Living in Vermont, I believe this is one of the most beautiful states. This is not because of pristine landscaping. This is because nature is allowed to grow and exist. Read More

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History repeats itself. Europe was overpopulated, polluted, plague ridden, and in strife when we risked it all to come to the new world...but the new world would not last forever. Now here we are 200 years into the future leaving the Earth after totally consuming it. Overpopulation, devastated ecosystems, industrial… Read More

Book / Memoir

September 01, 2012

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Twenty-five years ago they bought a homestead, in the middle of Vancouver Island, on the water’s edge. There are still reflections off the small lake at the foot of Mount Benson- of gardens and vineyards and woodland encounters. Westwood Lake Chronicles is a dreamscape diary, a backyard inventory of life… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 13, 2012

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A pastoral poem reminding of the importance of our earth and how we are rapidly destroying it. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 11, 2011

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we are destroying even the purest of nature's gifts. Read More
Wildlife photographer Hal Brindley recounts the heart-pounding adventures of his final day as a cheetah tracker in South Africa. Read More

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Hi there! This is another poem I wrote in quite a hurry... And, as I look back at my former work, I am continually furthering my appreciation of.... well, editing, and it's not something I'm used to. SO, feel free to criticize, and I hope you like it. PS- It… Read More

Miscellaneous / Other

February 18, 2009

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we've fucked up the planet...how do we explain that to our kids and future generations? Read More
Jaguars have once again been sighted in Arizona, but their chances of making a comeback are slim. Read More
As I walk through the bush in Southern Africa, I reflect on my life and its purpose. Read More
A young South african's thoughts and questions during a cattle roundup on a farm in the Karoo Read More
The relationship between the mass consumption of petroleum energy, global climate change, human existence and the environment is discussed in terms of possible consequences. Read More

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In the future, technological progress has been banned by a cadre of leaders who want to go back to the future. One man dares to rebel and see if he can give the bleak world some hope. This is the story of what happens to him. Read More
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