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The Definition of Priceless
Priceless – Invaluable; having incalculable worth
Casea’s definition – Something that can’t be replaced if broken or consumed
I don’t know about you, but I don’t have too much in my possession that is priceless. No ancient artifacts or precious gems.
The things in my life that are priceless – my family. And my world.
This day and age we all know what ‘going green’ or ‘carbon footprint’ is, but do we really see it as our responsibility to maintain?
If you’re like me you probably think what’s one more person throwing a plastic water bottle in the trash. And don’t get me started on the plastic bags from Wal-Mart and Target. If you don’t throw those puppies away they could take over your house. Geez, those things accumulate.
Well imagine hundreds of millions of people with hundreds of plastic bags then you begin to get an idea of how truly devastating to the environment one little person can be.
And the truth is – It takes so little to make a big difference. To conserve energy and water. To give just a little extra effort to protect our environment. To find out more you can go to Earthday.org for all kinds of projects and ideas.
Money, Time and Effort – How much can you afford to protect something priceless?
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