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Taking responsibility for the environment. A message for Tu B'shvat.

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Visitor Comments: 19

(16) Mother Earth, January 15, 2014 3:18 AM

Please consider shutting off your AC/gas when it's warm and you are in the carpool line. It is not kind to waste gas for 10-20 minutes. You cannot justify doing this everyday. Thanks so very much for considering this.

(15) ruth housman, January 22, 2013 7:42 PM


It's wonderful for Aish to spend time on our need to protect & preserve. I believe it's The Most Important if all endeavors! The Eau or water that is in a great conservationist's name and O for completing our work here which IS to marry conscience with consciousness. A MAN DATE with manifest destiny: a messianic future.

(14) Anonymous, February 12, 2012 6:32 PM

What a coincidence

I was just reading about biodegradability of certain common items. I was shocked to learn that a plastic drinking bottle takes more than 400 years. Diapers- regular ones- 450 years! Fishing line- 350 years! It sure makes me think. It is a beautiful world.

(13) Rosen, February 10, 2012 2:56 AM

protecting our world

A wise man once said (which I read on a bumper sticker): "The earth does not belong to us, we belong to the earth." Thus, we should not overuse and exploit the resources that Hashem has given us.

(12) richard, January 24, 2012 11:05 PM

Beautiful...Inspiring...Thank you Aish HaTorah!

What a beautiful inspiring video. Yes, Hashem has given us a wonderful world. Let's use it for its true purpose: To serve Him with all our hearts! Thank you Aish HaTorah. Well done.

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