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Summer jigsaw puzzle of a starfish. The starfish is in the sand on the beach.

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aussiesapphire
Jul 15, 2018
Creatures of the sea - so many of them.

"Respect for the rights of others means peace." ~ Benito Juarez

As Pancho Villa said, "There can never be peace in a world where one man has his belly full and another man is starving."

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
nborchardt
Jul 15, 2018
Someone said, "Whatever happens to the least of us, happens to all of us". I wonder what would the politicians would do if we all stopped listening to them and just started treating people like, well, people???? Excellent quotes! Blessings!
aussiesapphire
Jul 15, 2018
Hi nborchardt, I sent you a message through the moderator of this group and not sure if you got it or not. I also get lots of spam mail and may have deleted any reply from you. Hugs and blessings back to you.
nborchardt
Jul 16, 2018
No, I didn't as far as I know, but I can imagine the amount of messages they get, and your message may still be "in transit". Blessings to you.
aussiesapphire
Jul 16, 2018
Will wait to hear from them nborchardt. Hugs.
KwkClkrSwkr69
Jul 16, 2018
I loved the starfish.
jas6415
Jul 16, 2018
Not an easy one to do butI enjoyed
pixipixil
Jul 15, 2018
Starfish are destroying the coral. We are living in a world where the point of balance for life to continue is sharp. Move the fulcrum a little either way and disaster! We visited the Sequoias in June. So many were dead from climate change which brought about drought, fire and insect infestation. So sad. And now we are going to exacerbate the natural loss of trees by going back to paper bags. Hasn't anyone heard of bamboo as an alternative? It grows really fast and can be used for most of the things wood has been used for and is even better in most cases.
Wishing you happy alternatives.
LuvsWesterns
Jul 15, 2018
I'm with you, pixipixil. Bamboo and hemp. But it seems as though the U.S., a powerful entity in earth's affairs, has changed from "a government of the people, by the people and for the people" into a government of the corporations, by the corporations and for the corporations, there will be more of the actions that harm the environment. We must vote and then give our elected input as to what we feel they should do on climate issues. I think the young folks coming to age 18 by the next election, due to Parkland and their social media connections, will exercise their rights, vote, and we'll see the wheel start to take a different spin. May be slow at first, but I do believe it will happen. And, if those apathetic people who gripe and complain because they don't like what's happening will get off their complacent behinds and vote, it would do a world of good, too. 'Nuff of my bandwagon. Have a happy, pixipixil.
nlbuchanan
Jul 15, 2018
My granddaughter is starting transferring from our junior college to the University of California at Davis majoring in environmental toxicology. I am so very proud of her! She is an honor student and even got a small college grant from NASA! We need young people like her to find ways to undo the damage we did not know we were doing for the past however many centuries.
aussiesapphire
Jul 15, 2018
Hi pixi, I think you will find it is the crown of thorns starfish which are destroying coral, especially on the Great Barrier Reef, not the one pictured which is harmless to the coral.

Same thoughts as yours on going plastic free. And where does it stop. Just think about all the products sealed in plastic!!! Sometimes I wonder if these people who make such decision are sitting on their brains. They are even doing away with plastic straws here in Australia so my best friend and I are busy buying up all the plastic straws (NOT) and will sell them on the black market and make a fortune hehehehehe. Hugs. Pixi.
pixipixil
Jul 16, 2018
It's like getting people to wear seat belts. Remember how long that took? Recycle and you can use most anything but you have to be assiduous in recycling. I'm beginning to finally wash and recycle my aluminum foil. No matter what you are involved in, if it doesn't cycle it leads to a dead (literally) end.
Right on Luvswesterns. Maybe we need to start way before elections so we don't have all bad choices next time around.
NLB tell your granddaughter bravo from me.
I realized that wasn't the "bad" starfish but it made me think of it anyway. Doesn't mean I had anything against the photo puzzle. It ws a nice picture. Couldn't remember the name of the bad one. Thanks for reminding me Aussie. Hugs to you and here's hoping your country can save the barrier reef from it.
ctjan
Jul 15, 2018
I love the ocean.
trynfindit
Jul 15, 2018
I love the mountains. :)
aussiesapphire
Jul 15, 2018
I love both - so much beauty and inspiration to be found in all of God's creation. Hugs ctjan and trynfindit.
tshepherd24
Jul 15, 2018
Every beach has a starfish up on it every now and then. Terrific puzzle.
elijah13
Jul 15, 2018
That brown sand color was hard for me to work with. A wonderful puzzle to do.
nlbuchanan
Jul 15, 2018
Yeah, it was a difficult color for me too. And so close to the same each piece wanted to go everywhere!
dbnc2
Jul 15, 2018
I like this one
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