Minnesota family saves energy through simple living

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David Abbas Finland Minnesota keeps his freezer on the porch. Because, guess what it zero lot in northern Minnesota and so our stuff is frozen without the motor running at all. It's just one of the ways that Abbasi families save energy at their rural offer at home and farm the heat with Wood and get water from a well pumped by a windmill. What electricity they do need is generated by solar panels. Abbass says they live simply, but he does not think of it as a sacrifice. I think there's a lot of joy to be had. For example when it's time to fetch some frozen food, we've actually step outside and guess what the stars are beautiful where I live to educate people about conserving energy, and after Living Abaas offers workshops, classes, and internships at the farm. He tried to help others find pleasure in protecting the planet and the billions of lives. It supports I think our farm and other experiences like that. Provide that opportunity for people fall in love with what's around them and just imagine if the world were filled with people that were thinking about how much they love each other and the world how much better the world would be.

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