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The Story Of The Desert

The Story Of The Desert

When God first created the world, there was no desert.

The whole world was filled with fertile lands full of beautiful gardens.

God created man in order to maintain the world. He said to man, "Every time you commit a sin, there will be a peck of sand falling on the ground".

Man thought, "What harm will a peck of sand do? Let me live as I please". He started committing wicked sins and pecks of sand started falling on the ground. Still man continued sinning. And the effect is that to-day there are many deserts a around us.

As you sow, so you reap.

Extract: Moral Stories

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The Human Odyssey...

The earliest remains of the Homo sapiens yet discovered dates back to 300,000 years. We probably evolved in the African region, but then migrated to the rest of the world. Although our physical appearance changed over time, our race didn't: we remained human beings.

Remains of the world's earliest religious worship site have been discovered in Botswana, where our ancestors performed advanced rituals, worshipping the python some 70,000 years ago. So many religions have emerged and disappeared that no religion can claim superiority over other religions.

The central problem facing our planet is human overpopulation. Today there are over 7 billion beings on Earth and the population is still growing. There are too many people and not enough resources for all of us. Yet, we are not addressing this problem responsibly. Do you really think your life will be better if there are more people of your colour or your creed on Earth?

Initially used as fire for light, heat, cooking and for safety, energy has been harnessed by humans for millennia. Today, fossil fuels have become our main energy sources. This is leading to climate change and global warming.

The Earth has entered a new era called anthropocene, which marks the beginning of the sixth mass extinction. Many species have already disappeared from the planet and our days are numbered...