End Homelessness, Using Bottles

Let me ask you question: How are we going to end homelessness without spending so much money to build houses and to clean up our trash for a cleaner world? The answer: use trash (like plastic water bottles) as construction materials.

“The United States uses 129.6 Million plastic bottles per day which is 47.3 Billion plastic bottles per year. About 80% of those plastic bottles end up in a landfill!”

There is more information in this article that a group, known as Spirit Science, posted this article on Facebook about using the bottles as materials to make simple houses for everybody.

America Could End Homelessness in One Year by Doing This

Such an inspiring article about using our trash to give homeless people homes to live in. Think of what you could do with just our trash: because there are many ways to use trash than just art.

A Runner Running for Peace

People, there are ways to create peace between nations around the world. This one is among the toughest mission to achieve, but the long term reward is worth it. Reza is a runner who is attempting to create peace just through running. From land to water, this man will do what ever it takes to achieve his mission for world peace.

Run With Reza

Think about what this man is doing that we have not thought about doing for peace. He is a very good example on taking a common idea (sports, activities, etc.) to the next level. So far, he ran the borders of the US (over 11, 720 miles) in 202 consecutive days. His mission is to run 198 countries and paddle across the ocean (I don’t know which one). This epic journey will take a long time, but he has the spirit and support to achieve the impossible. Let us do the same thing: achieve the impossible.