*Update* I am one of many affected by the Texas power outages.🥶🥶🥶🧊🧊🧊🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️

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Sooo… I ran from a hurricane and landed in the middle of a winter storm. Another lesson for me to see The Most Highs blessings. I haven’t been able to go to work since Sunday and the power has been on and off. Please keep up Texans in your prayers we are indeed in the end of days lots of strange things are happening. Who would have thought that it would be snowing in Texas? Just wanted to give all my followers a quick update on my situation. Stay blessed! May the Most High God bless you all.

It’s cold and raining here but Yahweh will provide!!!

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  1. I heard about the snow in Texas, but not very much. So thanks for giving me more details. I will keep your little family in the prayers of mine. Again, my next turn to voice (out loud) for the family is on Thursday. Now Angie Atkinson mentioned this Texas snow. Since you have let me know of the situation all y’all are facing, and Huffle Mom and I are part of the moderation team, we’ll let the community know what’s going on. As we’re part of Dana Morningstar’s mod team, we’ll put in word tonight. Not all of the community are believers, but I reckon it will bring prayer and spiritual focus to your area, so people may yet turn their focus to God.

    Please let us know if you find aid and help. I invite you to ask anyone you can, as you feel prompted by the Holy Spirit. My church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, may well be among the community and religious organizations helping out. They helped our local school district and their food banks last year, and so Huffle and I saw some church friends as we picked up food for our kids at one of our meetinghouses (that I attended services in for many years). But of course, it is my hope that believers of all yfaiths will come together, and that my church is just but one of them.

    Sorry for such a long comment, Dedee, but, you understand I care. Thank you too for your prayers. May you continue to find blessings and love in our Heavenly Father, The Most High.

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    1. Each building having its own solar-cell-panel power storage/system — at least as an emergency/backup source of power — makes sense (except, of course, to the various big energy corporation CEOs whose concern is dollars-and-cents profit margin).
      Many Texans may now be realizing this.
      Sometimes the ‘cheapest’ way is also the most costly.

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  2. Is it such a good idea to have each recipient building’s entire electrical delivery relying on external power lines that are too susceptible to various crippling power-outage-causing events (e.g. storms and tectonic shifts)?

    I could really appreciate the liberating effect of having my own independently accessed solar-cell power supply (clear skies permitting, of course), especially considering my/our dangerous reliance on electricity. And it will not require huge land-flooding and potentially collapsing water dams.

    I’m awaiting the day when every residential structure will have its own solar cell array.
    However, apparently large electric companies can restrict independent use of solar panels.
    Interviewed by the online National Observer (posted February 12, 2019), renowned linguist and cognitive scientist (etcetera) Noam Chomsky emphasized humankind’s immense immediate need to revert to renewable energies, notably that offered by our sun.

    In Tucson, Arizona, for example, “the sun is shining … most of the year, [but] take a look and see how many solar panels you see. Our house in the suburbs is the only one that has them [in the vicinity]. People are complaining that they have a thousand-dollar electric bill per month over the summer for air conditioning but won’t put up a solar panel; and in fact the Tucson electric company makes it hard to do. For example, our solar panel has some of the panels missing because you’re not allowed to produce too much electricity … People have to come to understand that they’ve just got to [reform their habitual non-renewable energy consumption], and fast; and it doesn’t harm them, it improves their lives. For example, it even saves money,” he said.

    “But just the psychological barrier that says I … have to keep to the common beliefs [favouring fossil fuels] and that [doing otherwise] is somehow a radical thing that we have to be scared of, is a block that has to be overcome by constant educational organizational activity.”
    I still think he’s putting it mildly.

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