I can't understand why someone would hope for a hurricane in order to get more work. I hear it often. Landscapers, roofers, construction worker, etc. The economy is not good here in Florida and people are desperate for jobs. Wishing for destruction is not very nice. People suffer, property gets damaged, lights go out.
Praying for destruction so one can gain from repairs is appalling.
However, there are two related issues re hurricanes. Sometimes something has to be destroyed in order for healthy renewal to occur, but that's rather vague for this topic--more pertinent, people in some of the islands sometimes pray for large storms/small hurricanes because without them they have no source of fresh water. It's interesting to think it all through...
by Stacie L5 years ago
Hurricane Irene poses is threatening the south eastern coastal state and may run up the coast to new England by the weekend.those in the Caribbean are feeling her effects alreadycheck your travel plans...i hate...
by BakerRambles5 years ago
For those stuck in or around the path of Hurricane Irene, I am posting this for everyone to keep in contact up and down the east coast. Please use this to help your fellow hubbers get through this unexpected...
by dianne1436 years ago
Why called it blind we have the eyes and we have the heart to feel more than our naked eyes see. The moment I reached the age of being aware of it every time the person ask what is love they simply said "love is...
by LondonGirl7 years ago
"A prize-winning quantum physicist says a spiritual reality is veiled from us, and science offers a glimpse behind that veil. So how do scientists investigating the fundamental nature of the universe assess any...
by open-minded7 years ago
My friends are watching boxing right now and I can't understand how they enjoy watching 2 men hit each other? And boxers, why would you willingly hurt yourself?
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