Before saving the planet, we must save each other

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To the Editor:

A crimson sky with golden outline painted by God’s hand is in denial of the grotesque plague called mankind.

Lush forest are being destroyed, leaving animals with no suitable habitat.

Spilled oil, discarded fishing nets, and trash are spoiling the habitat for ocean life.

Ice caps are melting and affecting weather patterns and food supplies, plus having an affect on the habitat for polar bears.

Trash piled high on sidewalks and polluted drinking water often makes news headlines.

It isn’t enough for men to destroy the Earth for all creatures large and small; men also have a drive to destroy each other. Before men can save the Earth, first, they must learn to co-habitat and work together to save the Earth and each other.

Carol Gene Good
Conover

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