Garden of Eden

CITIZENS OF THE KINGDOM GO GREEN
 

From Beginning of time it was and still is the responsibility of the Children of God to know how to cultivate this planet He created for us. When He said have dominion that means being responsible as care givers of this earth. It is time for Kingdom people to make sure the laws are created and guided by principals that will not bring detriment to the planet and its people.

Genesis 1:26-27

Then God said, let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule have dominion over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, over the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground. So God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.

Psalm 115:15-17, Isaiah 55:10

May you be blessed by the Lord, the Maker of Heaven and Earth, the highest heavens belong to the Lord, but the earth He has given to man. As the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return to it without watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater.

Our Website will share with you some of the most important information one can read regarding our planet and the work that we can do to change our lives and give our children the opportunity to live a long live on this planet. The research that we have done covers a vast amount of scientific evidence, holistic and naturapathic awareness that can be used to create a lifestyle change for survival in this toxic world we live in.

You will be able to click on other websites and links that will peak your interest into a world that you probably didn't know existed. The word tells us that we perish for lack of knowledge. Knowledge is power, powerful enough to change destinations, history, life expansion and even death, the truth is all you need to make you free from whatever ails you.

History is changing today to make our planet green again so that we the possessors can thrive and live on a planet we can be proud to call HOME!! For we know that our planet right now is so toxic it is making us sick.

 Ways to Go Green 

10 Ways to Go Green and Save Green

  1. Save energy to save money.

    • Set your thermostat a few degrees lower in the winter and a few degrees higher in the summer to save on heating and cooling costs.
    • Install compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) when your older incandescent bulbs burn out.
    • Unplug appliances when you're not using them. Or, use a "smart" power strip that senses when appliances are off and cuts "phantom" or "vampire" energy use.
    • Wash clothes in cold water whenever possible. As much as 85 percent of the energy used to machine-wash clothes goes to heating the water.
    • Use a drying rack or clothesline to save the energy otherwise used during machine drying.
  2. Save water to save money.

    • Take shorter showers to reduce water use. This will lower your water and heating bills too.
    • Install a low-flow showerhead. They don't cost much, and the water and energy savings can quickly pay back your investment.
    • Make sure you have a faucet aerator on each faucet. These inexpensive appliances conserve heat and water, while keeping water pressure high.
    • Plant drought-tolerant native plants in your garden. Many plants need minimal watering. Find out which occur naturally in your area.

     

  3. Less gas = more money (and better health!).

    • Walk or bike to work. This saves on gas and parking costs while improving your cardiovascular health and reducing your risk of obesity.
    • Consider telecommuting if you live far from your work. Or move closer. Even if this means paying more rent, it could save you money in the long term.
    • Lobby your local government to increase spending on sidewalks and bike lanes. With little cost, these improvements can pay huge dividends in bettering your health and reducing traffic.

     

  4. Eat smart.

     

  5. Skip the bottled water.

     

  6. Think before you buy.


     
    • Go online to find new or gently used secondhand products. Whether you've just moved or are looking to redecorate, consider a service like craigslist or FreeSharing to track down furniture, appliances, and other items cheaply or for free.
    • Check out garage sales, thrift stores, and consignment shops for clothing and other everyday items.
    • When making purchases, make sure you know what's "Good Stuff" and what isn't.
    • Watch a video about what happens when you buy things. Your purchases have a real impact, for better or worse.

     

  7. Borrow instead of buying.

    • Borrow from libraries instead of buying personal books and movies. This saves money, not to mention the ink and paper that goes into printing new books.
    • Share power tools and other appliances. Get to know your neighbors while cutting down on the number of things cluttering your closet or garage.

     

  8. Buy smart.

    • Buy in bulk. Purchasing food from bulk bins can save money and packaging.
    • Wear clothes that don't need to be dry-cleaned. This saves money and cuts down on toxic chemical use.
    • Invest in high-quality, long-lasting products. You might pay more now, but you'll be happy when you don't have to replace items as frequently (and this means less waste!).

     

  9. Keep electronics out of the trash.

     

  10. Make your own cleaning supplies.

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    • The big secret: you can make very effective, non-toxic cleaning products whenever you need them. All you need are a few simple ingredients like baking soda, vinegar, lemon, and soap.
    • Making your own cleaning products saves money, time, and packaging-not to mention your indoor air quality.

     

YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON YOU

Life is a quest for love. In order to receive love, we must be dependent. In order to give love, we must be independent. The conflict between dependence and independence affects every facet of our lives.

Life and love begin with our parents. As helpless babies, we depend on their care. With the right kind of care, we learn to love them and ourselves. With the right kind of parenting, we learn dependence and independence.

Of course, there is no perfect parenting. So we all have trouble with dependence and independence. Sometimes we are dependent when we should be independent, and vice versa.

Healthcare is reminiscent of childhood. The doctor is our parent, and we are helpless babies. We feel secure in his office, and long for his concern, reassurance, and medicine. We are awed by his jargon, worship his intellect, and feel totally dependent.

Of course, healthcare is not childhood. The doctor is not our parent, and we are not helpless babies - no matter how much we wish this were true. Sometimes, the doctor's words, procedures, and medicine do not solve our health problems.

Often, our health problems are the result of dehydration, malnutrition, and addiction. These problems are self-inflicted and require changes in our attitude and lifestyle. It takes independence and courage to make these changes. The goal of organicMD.org is to assist you in this process.

YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON YOU is divided into three sections:
1) Home, 2) Hygiene, and 3) Personal.

HOME
 Your home is an extension of your body. Keep it safe, clean, and organized.
 Avoid falls, cuts, burns...
 Use fire, smoke, and carbon monoxide detectors. Keep fire extinguishers ready.
 Avoid toxic chemicals: pesticides, herbicides...
 Avoid microwave ovens.
 Remove allergens: pets (especially cats), dust, smoke, carpeting...
 Clean your kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom frequently.
 Humidify in the winter; de-humidify in the summer.
 Avoid aerosols, hairspray, hair dyes, cosmetics, anti-perspirants, perfume, incense, tattoos, body-piercing...
 Avoid fluorescent lighting.
 Minimize exposure to TV and CRT screens.
 Open your windows frequently to allow for cross-ventilation.

HYGIENE
 Always wash your hands before handling food and before eating.
 Use vegetable-based soap (coconut, palm, olive).
 Clean fruits and vegetables well before peeling or eating.
 Store cooked food in airtight containers.
 Pay attention to food safety, and avoid food poisoning. Remember that food can be contaminated with toxic chemicals, insects, fungi, bacteria, viruses, and dirt.
 Use an oral irrigator after every meal. Oral irrigation is more effective and gentler than flossing. Occasionally, oral irrigation fails to dislodge food stuck between teeth, and gentle flossing is required.
 Brush your teeth at bedtime with an electric toothbrush. There are two kinds of electric toothbrushes: oscillating and sonic. I prefer oscillating electric toothbrushes, because they are safer and gentler. Use a non-fluoride natural toothpaste.
 Speak to your dentist about using composite fillings and porcelain crowns and bridges.
 See a periodontist for scaling and root-planing, but try to avoid periodontal surgery.
 Rinse your nose with lukewarm slightly salty water every day.
 Turn your socks inside out before washing.
 Avoid the routine use of anti-bacterial products: anti-bacterial soap, anti-perspirants, mouthwash...
 Shower twice a day, and take a warm bath once a week.

PERSONAL
 Wear comfortable clothes and sandals. Organic clothing is ideal.
 Use a high-quality foam mattress and pillow.
 Protect yourself from excess sun exposure. Wear sunglasses and a hat outdoors.
 Stretch gently, breathe deeply, take leisurely walks and short naps.
 Find an aerobic activity you enjoy and can do regularly without pain. (Consult your physician, especially if you have chronic health problems.)
 Ask your physician about using an electric massager for musculoskeletal pain.
 Express your thoughts and feelings in writing.
 Rethink your habits and beliefs. Don't be afraid to make changes in your life.
 Study vocabulary, geography, and different cultures. Learn to appreciate diversity.
 Develop new interests, meet new people, make new friends.
 Cultivate an open mind and an open heart. Avoid prejudice, elitism, cults, and gurus.
 Search for spirituality. Practice prayer, kindness, humility, gratitude, charity, forgiveness, and honesty.
 Learn to accept silence and solitude.
 Find a balance between pessimism and optimism, cynicism and trust, caution and courage, realism and idealism.
 Avoid self-destructive behavior, such as dangerous sports and gambling.
 Avoid unnecessary competition, criticism, guilt, and debt.
 Think, plan, and slow down.


 

 

 

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