Sustainability at Gatherings: Day 8 – Baha’i Blogging Challenge

københavn zoologisk have looney tunes characters Have you ever noticed the pile of papers after Baha’i Feast, or a reflection gathering? We want to make sure we have enough copies of the Feast letter, or the Treasurer’s report, or whatever documents we need to share or read…and then we kill a bunch of trees and waste paper and very few people refer to those documents again.

chris young music We hosted Feast on Friday at our home, and though we have a printer, we decided to put the letters up on the TV for everyone to read. It wasn’t a perfect solution, though we tried to zoom in to help people see the letters…and we successfully managed to have no paper printed! We have done this once before and got good feedback on it. borddekorasjoner til jul I realize that we may not always have access to technology (or the know-how!) at our gatherings, and I also know that screens just don’t feel the same as a piece of paper in our hands, but we should consider the responsibility we have toward our planet when planning our gatherings!

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  1. mission cyrus two check So true!!! We’ve done this many times in the past. We used to pass around an iPad with the letter or readings. More recently we have been using the TV to project the letter for all to see. We also do this at LSA meetings! I don’t think we’ve used paper in the past year I’ve been part of the LSA (and I’m not sure what was done before then)!