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July 28, 2021


Martha Greenhow

I agree that the 'bowls of wrath' are the consequences of our actions although I might not have all the details. These are some things that I see.
bowl 1: disgusting sores - caused by our poor eating and our destruction of the soil so our food is not nutritious. Think of late stage diabetes and the ulcers it can cause. Think of the destruction of so many minds with alzheimer's.
bowl 2: sea/ocean creatures die because of polluted oceans (a lot of it with plastic)
bowl 3: fresh water rivers, reservoirs and lakes also polluted, a lot of it with agricultural herbicide and fertilizer run-off
bowl 4: extreme weather with rising risk of fires all over the world
bowl 5: darkness - think what it will be like if our electrical grid goes down or if there's a nuclear 'accident'
bowl 6: the fowl spirits that come - spouting lies and propaganda to deceive the whole world
bowl 7: our air is already polluted, and there are, as always, violent earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, terrible storms, flooding

Wayne Northey

Thanks so much, Archbishop! Pointed and so true!

The immortal words of Pogo, uttered by cartoonist Walt Kelly, are: We have met the enemy and he is us!--https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pogo_(comic_strip)#%22We_have_met_the_enemy_and_he_is_us.%22

Warm blessings!

P.S. I added the article with commentary here to my website:

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