ngs from the Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month in Europe, Asia!!
On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918 the war to end all wars ended!!
World War I cost about nine million soldiers their lives with 21 million more wounded. Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary and Russia each lost a million or more lives in the grueling four and a half years marked by trench warfare, chemical warfare (mustard gas) and the first introduction of the airplane to the battlefield!!
I have been living in Prestige Lavender Fields for over a year now. It is a great place to live with kids. It is very safe and secure. The school is at a walking distance of 1 km and the mall and the market are just 2 kms away. The people who live here are very friendly and helpful.
The maintenance staff is also very good and they do their job well. We have had no issues in the past 12 months except for one time when our AC was not working properly but it was fixed immediately after we reported it to them.
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Eleven Months ago I was awarded by God a new grandson. He is the child of my youngest of three who has become a sound engineer for big name rock bands and his wife who is a trainer of horses. Times were tough for them when the little one came along so my wife and I kept him here whenever it was needed.
I mention this as the little smile from this tiny lad is so heart warming that I forget Vietnam, broken bones and the struggles I have faced to get sober after years of PTSD.
At the same time this new comer alerts me to Gods book the Bible and what is planned in the near future when Jesus returns. I am marveling at the machine which is time and the universe as created to let that little smile come between me and all the harm this world is causing us. I wish you the peace I have found in a little smile.
Rigging the War on Fossil Fuels
With the 2022 midterm elections less than four months away, a New York Times/Siena College poll revealed that just 1 percent of registered voters viewed climate change as a “top priority,” let alone the most important issue facing the nation. The poll placed climate change far behind concerns about inflation, the economy, record crime rates, and the humanitarian crisis on America’s southern border. Even among voters younger than 30 -- the demographic that is typically most energized by debates about environmental policy -- the corresponding figure was a mere 3 percent.
The same poll showed that public concern about climate change has actually declined significantly from the already-low levels of concern documented by previous surveys. In the summer of 2020, climate change ranked a lowly eleventh in a Pew Research Center poll. In September 2020, a Gallup poll likewise found that climate change ranked eleventh in a list of registered voters’ top concerns