Blessed is the man who trusts in the LordA book I'm reading, which I will soon post about, has helped me to focus more on the spiritual reality that really matters. Trusting in God, we need not worry about the climate. God will ultimately take care of us, even beyond physical death. If God is for us, nothing can be against us.
whose hope is the Lord
He is like a tree planted beside the waters
that stretches out its roots to the stream:
It fears not the heat when it comes,
its leaves stay green;
In the year of drought it shows no distress,
but still bears fruit.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
I am all for us trying to reduce carbon emissions and other pollutants, and I try to moderate my consumption and do what I can. Ultimately, there are many aspects of the climate that are beyond our control. I read the following passage from Jeremiah 17 in the morning prayer of my Magnificat magazine this morning:
I thought from the time I installed it that I liked Windows 10 better than Windows 8 or 8.1. However, I was not sure what I thought compared to Windows 7. Version 10 has some nice improvements, but there was the occasional thing that made not sure. However, today I encountered a feature that should have been in Windows 20 years ago, but at least they have it now, and that is an intelligent way to edit the PATH environment variable.