Ending Starvation In America

We hear all the time how the economy’s going to crash.  We see the ads on survival food and how to survive a calamity.  But what we don’t see a lot of is down to earth gardening.  How are people going to survive the great Apocolypse if they don’t even know how to germinate a seed and the plant nurseries and Walmart are closed?   These are steps that we need to prepare for, we need to get down to earth and start digging in the ground that  God blessed us with.  You can start a garden in your backyard for a few dollars.  You don’t have to be an agriculture expert.  You start out small and enlarge as your garden spreads.  You make a commitment to yourself that I’m going to eat healthier.  I’m tired of standing in line at the cashier to bring home partly rotted food.  You look at your schedule, your itinerary and you make time for you to enjoy the simple things in life and sometimes that means from walking away and disconnecting from the cyber world to make time for you.  Personally, I believe there should be a community garden in every city or town.  You see people picking up the trash on the side of the highways that have broken the laws, why not start a community garden and make them do community service to provide food for the hungry and homeless.  America’s a country so blessed. We have good soil, and we usually have plenty of water.  There should be no reason for starvation in America.  I go back to the time when Joshua had visions from God that there was going to be a great famine in the world. People were going to starve.  He prepared and stored and saved a generation and generations to come.  What happened to Americans? Our ancestors plowed the fields, and now we plow the internet looking for the best deals and sometimes a thrill.  Most Americans are overweight and sick because they don’t get out and get some sun.  We’ve become so scared of the sun that we slather on the sunscreens to protect ourselves.  If only we cared so much about what we put into our guts.

Personally, I believe there should be a community garden in every city or town.  Justice for Food Program.  You see people picking up the trash on the side of the highways that have broken the laws, why not start a community garden and make them do community service to provide food for the hungry and homeless. They would learn a lifetime skill.

America’s a country so blessed. We have good soil, and we usually have plenty of water.  There should be no reason for starvation in America.  I go back to the time when Joshua had visions from God that there was going to be a great famine in the world. People were going to starve.  He prepared and stored and saved a generation and generations to come.  Why can’t we do the same thing in America?

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