Recycling

Recycling something Old into New

All things old should first be looked at and used to make something new. All new things should first be looked at and know if it is useful at the end of its life. Can all parts of a single item be recycled into something new? Or have we not as a world advanced this far yet? When I see something old being used to make something new I appreciate the individuals artistic ability. Some who have these abilitys share it with others, it is given free over the internet. Some share it by putting a price tag on it, to make a living. Others manufacture it on assembly lines duplicating in mass production providing the workers a living if not ran completely by machines. These manufactures, too, use old to make new. First manufacturer takes something old to make a new item. Even though they may have bought a new one here and a new item there, to assembly a complete item, to sale. If you do not have enough money to buy this item turn away, do not steal the item, it isn’t worth your life, nor worth much anyway. The ability to take something old and turn it into something new begins in the soil of ones heart. Go till your soil and change the parts, there, seeds sprout. Some will be like weeds others not. So where does waste come from? It comes from not recycling to its full potential. We as people of the world have not advanced far enough to grasp the fruit before it rots. Have we rotted our core to only find the seeds inside have already been planted? We are the carrier’s of the good seed planted in the dark. Are you a farmer, who went to the city to be fed during the drought? Only to find you have out stayed your welcome and a new king is in reign. Who is your King?

About billiescauldron

I am in transition. I see myself as a Spiritual Writer and as such my blog will slowly change with me still holding tight to being in the garden as a child loving my teacher.
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2 Responses to Recycling

  1. Debi says:

    I agree. So many old items can be used for another purpose…

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