It’s Easy/Fun/Musical Being Green

May 21, 2008 at 5:00 pm (Hannah's Little Blog)

I have recently (/w the help of my BFF) been working on a little bit of neo-hippie. Before you all call the prayer chain, let me explain. There is a lot of stupid hype of global warming, the supposed desecration of our environment, and independent energy. Most of the folks interested in this stuff are humanist, Marxist, socialist, anti-religionist, spacy, and deluded. But, hey! Why do they have to have a corner on liking organic veggies, natural healthcare, or interesting crafts? While I don’t buy into the global warming (bunk!) or the environment issue (we still have a LOT of room) I think if I can do stuff that is fun, good for me, and happens to be good for the earth, then why not? We are supposed to be stewards of 1. the critters & 2. the land. DON’T WORSHIP THEM!! Just take care of them. Like using good old-fashioned sleep, water, and garlic when you’re sick, instead of going on antibiotics. Or drinking out of glass instead of plastic. Or drinking water instead of energy/carbonated uh, liquid.

But why am I talking about this?!?! This is NOT the green that my title refered to. I was speaking of Green. If you haven’t been to Melody’s new site, I earnestly implore you to skip on over there. LDM has updated their site, released new (LIVE, hooray!) albums, and published great tracts and bios. Plus they have a great new format. There is a forum for sharing memories of Keith, and an especially good article by him + a great gallery! Well, I must go do laundry now, so go enjoy yourself, and avoid those micros!



  1. ridgefilmmaker said,

    that’s right I agree with that. ‘take care of God’s earth’ and that aslo means don’t kill an animal or insect unleas need. Very Good Hannah

  2. jessyroo said,

    Great post. I believe part of our DUTY as Christians is to be good stewards of the resources we have dominion over. You should write a post about your favorite “green” products, recipes, tips, etc. That would be interesting and informative to all of us.

    And, WOW, I didn’t know you liked the Greens! Did your parents used to listen to him? We listened to Keith’s music all the time when I was little; he was one of my dad’s favorites.

  3. MennoGirl said,

    Mom “got into” Keith Green shortly before he died, when she was 16 or 17. His music has played in our home as long as I can remember. In my opinion, if you listen to a guy from early childhood, and still like him when you’re 16, he’s pretty good.

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