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We learn from Nature all that we have to. Birds and Bees. (Edited 10/13/10 03:11AM by Jess)
We learn from Nature all that we have to. Birds and Bees. <span style="font-size:12px;">(Edited 10/13/10 03:11AM by Jess)</span> Photo 
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558.0711. We learn from Nature all that we have to. Birds and Bees.

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#3 | 1546 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

 Nature is a great example of the earth keeping it's own balance. The problem is the earth is now fighting back to the damage we have inflicted upon it. And I am a firm believer in sex education. when my daughter turned 17 I pit her on birth control, she was not sexually active but i knew the day would come when she was. After all survival of the species is our most primal instinct. More people should realize that just telling your children not to have sex is not going to work. I preached abstinence but realized that the day would come when that wouldn't be enough. Now she is 20 and that pill is part of her daily routine, and one choice did not have to lead onto two choices.
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#1 | 1546 days ago

(Edited by raja_starkglass)
 Well Q ers, here is some issue to think and answer, with your thoughts, may be a fart also is good as it is part of nature.!

humans normally say there is no need for education in sex, but the fact is ignorance of consequences of unprotected sex is often has had serious consequences such as teen pregnancy, abortion with quacks, sexually transmitted deceases, education about sex may or may not be necessary, but awareness and responsible behavior is the need of the societal individual.
The ever so casual way of expressions, like WTF , and all the F bombs may make us think little more seriously about the consequences of such expressions.?






Love and regards,
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#2 | 1546 days ago

Nature is the best Teacher of all Sciences
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#3 | 1546 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

 Nature is a great example of the earth keeping it's own balance. The problem is the earth is now fighting back to the damage we have inflicted upon it. And I am a firm believer in sex education. when my daughter turned 17 I pit her on birth control, she was not sexually active but i knew the day would come when she was. After all survival of the species is our most primal instinct. More people should realize that just telling your children not to have sex is not going to work. I preached abstinence but realized that the day would come when that wouldn't be enough. Now she is 20 and that pill is part of her daily routine, and one choice did not have to lead onto two choices.
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#4 | 1546 days ago
18packabs (+)

now that's what I call pounding out the wood.
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#5 | 1546 days ago
JRSFLAME88 (+)

18packabs wrote:
now that's what I call pounding out the wood.
LOL
#6 | 1546 days ago

georgia o'keefe approves
#7 | 1546 days ago

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
georgia o'keefe approves
isn't georgia o'keefe the one with all the babies in her ....oh wait  apparently I'm a slow learner!
#8 | 1546 days ago

Bad tree....lol I think mine are doing the same thing
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#9 | 1546 days ago

That's just great, even the trees are seeing more action than me.
#10 | 1546 days ago

The birds and bees never taught me a thing about sex.
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#11 | 1546 days ago

raja_starkglass wrote:
 Well Q ers, here is some issue to think and answer, with your thoughts, may be a fart also is good as it is part of nature.!

humans normally say there is no need for education in sex, but the fact is ignorance of consequences of unprotected sex is often has had serious consequences such as teen pregnancy, abortion with quacks, sexually transmitted deceases, education about sex may or may not be necessary, but awareness and responsible behavior is the need of the societal individual.
The ever so casual way of expressions, like WTF , and all the F bombs may make us think little more seriously about the consequences of such expressions.?






Love and regards,
It is not only about the "birds and bees" we learn from nature.............a hell of a lot more.  Like balance in everything, the consequences of not learning and watching...............a huge subject you brought up my friend.  
#12 | 1545 days ago

It's about the birds and the BREES. WHODAT!
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#13 | 1545 days ago

mryrosie wrote:
It is not only about the "birds and bees" we learn from nature.............a hell of a lot more.  Like balance in everything, the consequences of not learning and watching...............a huge subject you brought up my friend.  
 Thank you, friend, yes, that was the thought, that got me working, got used to the usual wise cracks of some ids, became so routine to see them in every poll, and just a thought, why not learn from the nature to be only listening twice more than speaking  which now i seek to implement.

May this poll invoke many more polls on  human  nature, environment, behaviors, love and compassion, empathy and concern in sports of life with nature.
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