Author Archives: Ihagh G. T.

How to reduce/eradicate environmental problems caused by mismanagement of common & shareable resources

Mismanagement of resources and environmental pollution is common in places where a lot of people use common and shareable resources together. Today’s post defines private, common and shareable resources or properties, and provides recommendable solutions that could reduce or prevent environmental problems and degradation caused by unsustainable use of resources and mismanagement of common & shareable resources—at local and global level.

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Caring GOD vs uncaring GOD; GOD will present himself according to your perception of him

(Image credit: Pixabay.) What do you think about GOD? Do you perceive GOD to be caring or uncaring? I understand why some people think GOD isn’t caring, or why he “seems” to care more about some people than he “seems” to care about others. Probably, they think so because unfortunate circumstances have overwhelmed them to a point they couldn’t think otherwise. Depending on how you allow or disallow the challenges of life to overcome your positive feelings about GOD, GOD will appear to you in proportion to your perception about him: You will have the GOD you perceive. Proverbs 23:7 states: “For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee”. The second part of that scripture contains a trait that can be noticed in a part of this generation of GOD’s followers: they appear to be merry and actually ask people to do the same, but their hearts do not believe that GOD is a caring GOD.

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Point sources vs non-point sources of pollution; how non-point sources of pollution can be controlled

This article defines point source (PS) pollution and non-point source (NPS) pollution, and acknowledges that while point and non-point sources of pollution can’t be completely prevented in homes and environments, the negative impact of non-point sources (which are more environmentally degrading than point sources) of pollution can be reduced/eradicated. The article ends by recommending the use of more point sources of disposal over non-point source disposal, and states how non-point sources of pollution can be controlled.

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Life lessons we can learn from environmental sustainability

(Image Credit: Shutterstock.) This article briefly defines the meaning of sustainability and ends with a list of points that could motivate people to live more sustainably; The lesson for everybody is an old one: protect your capital (time/talent) and live on the income your time and talent generate. If you deplete or waste your capital (time/talent) and don’t invest any available income, you would likely live an unsustainable lifestyle.

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