The Environmental Modification Accountability Act of 2018


“If the Hour (the day of Resurrection) is about to be established and one of you was holding a palm shoot, let him take advantage of even one second before the Hour is established to plant it.” – Al-Albani.
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“If a Muslim plants a tree or sows seeds, and then a bird, or a person or an animal eats from it, it is regarded as a charitable gift (sadaqah) for him.” – Imam Bukhari
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When You Plant It Forward, You Change Lives. German site – preserve forest in Malaysia

When you choose the activity you want to support and click the “Donate” button, Brother will make a donation of one yen (about one cent USD) per click on your behalf. Click on the icon next to the counter to preserve forest in Scandanavia

The Prophet saw said ‘’…the most beloved deed to Allah is the most regular and constant even though it were litttle.

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Different Trials That Have Occurred And That Will Increase In Intensity At The End Of Times

Abu Bakr (ra) said: The more knowledge you have, the greater will be your fear of Allah. Without knowledge action is useless and knowledge without action is futile.
Knowledge is the life of the mind. When a noble man learns knowledge he becomes humble, [whereas] when an ignoble person gains knowledge, he [becomes] conceited. When knowledge is limited – it leads to folly. [But] when knowledge exceeds a certain limit, it leads to exploitation.
Uthman Ibn Affan (ra) said: “The thought of the spiritual world sheds light on the soul, but the thought of the terrestrial world casts darkness thereon.”

Sunnah Muakada

Book of the End: Great Trials and Tribulations

By Ibn Katheer


If there are many wrongdoers, all will be destroyed, even if there are righteous people among them

Umm Habeebah 46 reported that Zainab bint Jahsh. said, “The Prophet, once woke up from his sleep with a crimson complexion as he was saying, ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah.

Woe for the Arabs from an evil that has drawn near. An opening has been made today from the barrier of Yajooj and Majooj, the size of this.’ And he made a circle with his thumb and index finger (to show the size of the gap that was opened). It was said, ‘Will we be destroyed while the righteous are among us?’ He * said, ‘Yes, if Al- Khabath (wickedness, sins, and…

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A Universal Income needs a focus on citizen responsibility | Raf Manji | TEDxChristchurch

Lots of people are talking about Universal Basic Income: the idea that every citizen deserves a minimum income by right. But this focus on rights neglects one of the most important characteristics of being a citizen: our duties to the state. In this wide-ranging and historically eye-opening talk, Raf Manji explores why we definitely need a Universal Basic Income — and why we can’t stop there. Raf is a Christchurch City Councillor and chair of the Strategy and Finance committee. His main focus has been the Council’s financial position, as well as its strategic direction and risk management. Raf graduated from the University of Manchester in 1987 with a degree in Economics and Social Studies, after which time he spent 11 years trading global markets for investment banks in London. In 2000, he left banking to help start up and develop Trucost, which helps companies measure their environmental footprint in monetary terms. In 2002, he moved to New Zealand with his young family and has since been actively involved as a volunteer and trustee with Christchurch Budget Services, Pillars, Volunteer Army Foundation, Christchurch Arts Festival, as well as investing in and helping out early stage companies. He has a Grad Dip Arts in Political science, and a Masters in International Law and Politics from the University of Canterbury. Raf is interested in overt monetary fina

Experiment with Universal Basic Income: From idea to implementation | ASTHA KAPOOR | TEDxIIMIndore

Astha Kapoor, a public strategist talks about Universal Basic Income and how ideas need to be tested and nurtured before reaching its conclusion. Astha Kapoor is a public-policy strategy consultant working on financial inclusion and digital payments. A Master from Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands, she is currently associated with MicroSave with a focus on G2P payments .Her work spans strategy, advisory and evaluation on government project specifically with the DBT Mission, Office of the Chief Economic Advisor, NITI Aayog and ministries pertaining to food, fuel and fertilizer. She recently designed a pilot to digitize uptake of fertilizers in Krishna district, and evaluated the newly introduced coupon system in the PDS in Bangalore and design of cash coupon system. Astha worked at Dalberg Global Development Advisors on a year-long project with USAID and Government of India to incentivize uptake of digital payments for consumers and merchants. She also worked with the Planning Commission on the 12th Five Year Plan and Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA).

Basic income: enriching humanity on an individual level | Halldóra Mogensen | TEDxReykjavik


Halldóra Mogensen is a member of parliament for the Icelandic Pirate Party. She started her journey into politics in the summer of 2012 when she helped found the Icelandic Pirate Party and ran for the 2013 elections 2nd on the list for her district of Reykjavik North. Halldóra served as deputy MP until the 2016 fall elections when she was elected into parliament as the 11th MP for her district. During her time as deputy MP she authored a proposal on Universal Basic Income.

How would our societies change if people had the freedom to make choices based on, not what they have to do to survive, but what they want to do to thrive? In a future where technological advancement, with machine learning and automation, is poised to greatly disrupt our societies and create an ever deepening inequality, we must look at the possibility of severing the connection between work and income and provide everyone with the means to thrive. In her talk at TEDxReykjavík, Halldóra talks about universal basic income, aiming to further the conversation on the topic in Iceland. Her hope is to inspire us to start questioning our current economic model and inventing our way into a more sustainable future.

Why everyone should have a basic income | Guy Standing | TEDxKlagenfurt

Guy Standing, who is a Professorial Research Associate at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, has written books about social uncertainty and economic insecurity. In his bestseller “Basic Income: A 21st Century Economic Right”, he argues that “Every person, regardless of age, sex, marital status or work status, should have the right to a basic income, adequate to enable him or her to cover basic needs.”

Have you ever feared that moment of economic insecurity? Encountered some unpredictable event, lost a job or simply just left the university not knowing what’s to come. Guy Standing talks about how flexible economic practices create conditions of uncertainty and unpredictability in our life, we might soon face a disruption of the whole economic system. He shows how basic income can be vital and affordable tool to respond to the changing world of work.

Amazon Forest reforestration

via Brazil begins effort to plant 73 million trees in the Amazon

Make #everyday a day of #kindness#choosekind
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Help reduce CO2 emissions and fight global warming! Plant trees for free by simply clicking on the link. Reduce carbon emissions and fight global warming.…