Our Home Is Our Ship!    December 26, 2007
These are pictures taken from the Coast Guard ship Sir WilliamAlexander during the search for “El Loda Cash”, a fishing bo...
Think of YOUR home as a ship… … a ship just like the coastguard icebreaker here… a vessel on which you make YOUR life jour...
Just like ice building up on a ship, "stuff" builds up in our ship... our                home!
Wave after wave after wave...it comes. More stuff... building upon our ships!
Christmas gifts... a huge wave of "stuff" coming on to our ships.More load... more heavy buildup.
Boxing Day sales. Another wave of "stuff"...more load. It just keeps coming... wave after      wave after wave... relentle...
Building, building... added burden, load, clutter...                 non-stop it comes
Finally... enough is enough!  Enough is TOO MUCH!
Stop!!!
Time for action!!
Chip it away! Get rid of it! Sell it... give it away...       Freecycle it...
Your home is YOUR ship…   … a ship just like that coastguard icebreaker… The vessel on which you make YOUR life journey.
You travel through time on YOUR ship…            … YOUR journey               ... YOUR life         ... YOUR family’s life...
YOUR “ship” gets weighed down with “ice” on yourjourney.This next slide shows a junk room in a typical youngcouple’s house...
300 sq ft of unwanted, surplus stuff...         Household “ice”... junk...      The junk gets this large room.  The two bo...
Get the   Full Circles habitWatch for continuous build up on YOUR ship! Chip off thesurplus “stuff”– toys, clothes, books,...
www.FullCircles.org                         2007For more information, contact Info@Fullcircles.org                 Fullcir...
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Fco Coastguard V2.4 (PPT)

  1. 1. Our Home Is Our Ship! December 26, 2007
  2. 2. These are pictures taken from the Coast Guard ship Sir WilliamAlexander during the search for “El Loda Cash”, a fishing boatwhich sank in the Bay of Fundy a few years ago.Heavy ice buildup probably sank El Loda.Watching the ice build up on Sir William Alexander, you can seewhy. A tragic event... This could happen to YOUR home? Watch, and see how!
  3. 3. Think of YOUR home as a ship… … a ship just like the coastguard icebreaker here… a vessel on which you make YOUR life journey.
  4. 4. Just like ice building up on a ship, "stuff" builds up in our ship... our home!
  5. 5. Wave after wave after wave...it comes. More stuff... building upon our ships!
  6. 6. Christmas gifts... a huge wave of "stuff" coming on to our ships.More load... more heavy buildup.
  7. 7. Boxing Day sales. Another wave of "stuff"...more load. It just keeps coming... wave after wave after wave... relentlessly...
  8. 8. Building, building... added burden, load, clutter... non-stop it comes
  9. 9. Finally... enough is enough! Enough is TOO MUCH!
  10. 10. Stop!!!
  11. 11. Time for action!!
  12. 12. Chip it away! Get rid of it! Sell it... give it away... Freecycle it...
  13. 13. Your home is YOUR ship… … a ship just like that coastguard icebreaker… The vessel on which you make YOUR life journey.
  14. 14. You travel through time on YOUR ship… … YOUR journey ... YOUR life ... YOUR family’s life ... YOUR trip!
  15. 15. YOUR “ship” gets weighed down with “ice” on yourjourney.This next slide shows a junk room in a typical youngcouple’s house. Out of sight, building up with “ice”.
  16. 16. 300 sq ft of unwanted, surplus stuff... Household “ice”... junk... The junk gets this large room. The two boys get the smallest bedroom.Somethings drastically wrong with this picture!
  17. 17. Get the Full Circles habitWatch for continuous build up on YOUR ship! Chip off thesurplus “stuff”– toys, clothes, books, all that other “stuff”.Give it away on Full Circles. Get it out! Don’t letcontinuously accumulating household “ice” sink your ship.Remember, there are always many folks in your circles –friends, families, neighbours, co-workers – at differentstages of their lives who would actually want, welcome,use, and value your unwanted stuff. Travel lightly… Full Circle…
  18. 18. www.FullCircles.org 2007For more information, contact Info@Fullcircles.org Fullcircles... affiliate of:

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