posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:45 AM
Besides the fact that the Masons would not profit from it at all, why do we not have fruit trees along the streets so that the hungry will always have
fruit to eat at the very least? Apple trees and Orange Trees, and Pear Trees, and Lemon Trees, and Apricot Trees, and Nectarines, and Peaches, and
Cherries and Grapes, etc. Why do we grow crap trees instead of Fruit trees that can actually feed people?
Look around you when you drive down the street the next time, and see all the trees that line the sidewalk?
Every one of those trees, or even 3 trees per street, could be enough trees with fruit to supply the whole town with fruit in season.
Instead of people going around all the time, with no food, asking for spare change for food, why don't we live in abundance? Why aren't there ANY
fruit trees that produce fruit for people, which are not in people's backyards? It never used to be like that, right?
The only reason I can think of is that the Masons will not make money from their food delivery trucks, gas to drive the fruit, markets that sell that
fruit, fruit inspections, etc etc etc. All that loss of fruit in the Masons marketplace is the only reason I can think of that our society is
constructed AWAY from those ideas.
Oh, and the pitiful excuse that someone would have to clean it all up, all the rotting fruit. Like someone would not pick it up before it rots, people
would not make jam from the extra parts of fruit that was not bruised, and the street sweepers would fail to function properly, right? Those are too
big of pitfalls for society to overcome to feed the homeless?
Are we not humans and humane, or do we think everyone who does not work, does not deserve to eat, either? What about the unfortunate? No compassion
from anyone who works hard for that buck?