In my hometown, Wednesday nights were for catechism. Young Catholics, who attended the public school by day, would invade the closest Catholic school, expecting to learn a bit about God and definitely causing a mess. I had a goody-goody reputation because I didn’t dare put chalk in the erasers, or hide the erasers on top of the ceiling fans, or stuff candy wrappers in other students’ desks.
We have but only one earth, one home. When we die, the earth remains. We are only visitors in a place. We have been entrusted to keep this world by God until we leave. Let us not fail Him.
And God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1:10b)