Prevention of Food Wastage

Spiritualism is submission to the Divine Presence. That means knowing, accepting (not necessarily understanding) and acting. So, it is not a theoretical relationship, a temporary convenience. With integrity, it is a real, substantive bonding. Our Creator has made everything in the universe subservient to us, the Human. We are, in turn, their protector. Do we not cherish each and every gift, whether it has arrived to us in the form of a hope-giving relationship, a beneficial possession, an income source, a knowledge base, a sound leadership, a caring progeny, and nature’s bounty – good health, clean air, sparkling water, bright sunshine and nourishing food?

None of us really could have gotten any one of these things all by our lonely selves. Together we can make a car, but could we have made the iron, the aluminum, the copper, the silica, the rubber, etc. that goes into it? Of the nourishment that we regularly find in our glasses and on our plates, they too no human could have really brought to us.

So, as for those items that nourish our body, we must be grateful. The way to do that is not just by enjoying it, or thanking for it, but by taking care not to waste it. Just like all other gifts relatives and friends give us, our Creator’s gifts must be taken care of and shown respect.

So, an early, simple, easy task to determine our progress toward genuine spiritualism demands that we do not waste any drink or food. So, we should do grocery both by financial budgeting as well as on its expected use before expiry or spoiling. We must plate and pour only that much we can actually, healthily clear. Remember if every scientist, engineer, and factory owner on earth got together and all the spiritualists fell into a collective religious swoon neither a drop of orange juice nor a grain cereal would be coming forth.

Then, if we are to successfully use the Higher Being to sort out our lives for a better behavioral future, then let us respect what is on our plate and in our glass by not uncaringly and mindlessly throwing it away. Let us all learn to treat a gift like a gift!

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O God, I realize Your presence having been blind before Failing none, to every supplicant You lend Your blessed ear I am turning to You now even if I cared not to do so before With hope and prayer, inside Your high walls I take refuge Afford me clemency, security, and in all my affairs, reliability! Amen

Below, some punch lines hustle and little poems create Easy and handy, like prayers be, for earthly use To dust off and see each day through royally Good luck, fair weather and Godspeed!

O God, Save me from the excessiveness, indignity and hindrance created by “the piece of flesh between the jaws and the piece of flesh between the legs”! Amen

Religiosity appears winded, narrow to some Just like a river, for one given to compare But the river eventually meets up with the sea Imagine with proper religiosity where one could be!

Who hasn’t seen it, can anyone anywhere deny it A storm as it gathers, as it bears down and batters Yet at the end, it must wither and completely disappear? So, surely as the pesky storm, my future is clear with fair weather!