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Cow. Repurposing ideas? I have tons. For kids stuff, you can use old baby food jars for finger painting containers. Paper towel tubes make great stand-up things for figurines. Old popsickle sticks can be used for anything, from making an ornament to building a log cabin. When I was in Girl Scouts we used old coffee cans and old tuna cans to build ourselves a mini cooking stove.
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I think you hit the nail on the head. This is essentially why for me being a Catholic and protecting the environment goes hand in hand. There have been numerous articles suggesting that Christians shouldn't be eco-friendly because it destroys humanity in order to do so (like the affordability of electric cars). It's completely laughable.
As a Christian, I think it's incumbent upon us to protect the environment not just to be stewards of wildlife but to protect our brothers and sisters in areas of the world that are being heavily polluted.
So while you may come at it from seeing a baby chick albatross, I come it from images of Chinese children sifting through heavy metals. Make sense?
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