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02/03/2019 10:54:01 AM


Seth Gratz & Alex Scheiner

Air is crucial to our well-being.  We need the oxygen that it contains.  However only 21% of our air is oxygen, so we need to be careful.  To preserve this previous element of our atmosphere, we must take care of it.  There are many ways to do this, but here are a few everyday things we can do.

  1. Limit burning fossil fuels (we can't control the companies that do this, but it hurts the air none the less).
  2. Carpool when possible, bike more often.
  3. Plant more trees (plants use the toxic gas of COand emit more oxygen). 


Bible Quote of the Post:

"O LORD my G-d, you are very great!...You lay the beams of your chamber on the waters; You make the clouds your chariot: You ride on the wings of the wind." (Psalm 104:1-35)

Meaning: G-d created the sky and air and it is G-d's property, so we must protect it from harm.


12/19/2018 11:29:13 AM


Seth Gratz & Alex Scheiner

This week, we are going to focus on something so simple it is overlooked: WATER.  Water takes up 71% of the Earth's surface.  However, only 2.5% of the water is fresh.  Even worse, only 1% of the fresh water is accessible.  So even though is is so much water on Earth, only 0/01775% is accesible to us.  That is wjy we must conserve as much water as possible.



  1. Take showers, not baths
  2. Turn off the tap while brushing your teeth.
  3. Use less electricity (this may seem unrelated, but electric power plats use hundreds of thousands of gallons of water a day to cool down the plant).


Do your part to conserve water and the Earth will be much healthier.

You Shall Not Destroy

11/07/2018 12:51:28 PM


Seth Gratz & Alex Scheiner

When you think of nature, you think of flowers, trees, animals, bugs, etc. But what would happen if they all disappeared? Think about that for a moment. The entire world would be a bleak prairie of concrete, with no grass or trees to lighten up our day. There would be no animals, big or small. Worst of all, there would be no beauty. This is what the world is coming to, and it is up to change it. The Torah states, “And the Eternal God took the human, and put him into the garden of Eden to till and to tend it.” (Genesis 2:15). To sum it up, God gave us a beautiful world, and it is up to us to protect it. 

Mon, September 16 2019 16 Elul 5779