If our ideas and solutions have not worked, then, some radical ideas must be in order! But these ideas must pass one crucial test: "Does this lead us to love God the Father above all and our neighbor as ourselves"? If not, then, it is a dangerously bad idea, not just radical! IT MUST BE OF LOVE BECAUSE ONLY LOVE CAN REBUILD OUR NATION. Said the Apostle John "Test the spirit [attitude, ideas, motives] whether it is of Christ or not." Only Love is of Christ!

Saturday, August 07, 2010



YeHoWaH, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, was and is always a God of freedom. In the Old Testament, He demonstrated His freedom-loving and freedom-giving quality by liberating the Israelites from the 430-year bondage of Egypt.

One type of freedom is the freedom from occupation, colonization or oppression by a foreign people. In the years 1677 B.C. to 1462 B.C. Egypt was the oppressor to Israel; from A.D. 1521 to A.D. 1898, Spain was the enslaver of the Philippines.

Through Moses, YeHoWaH plucked out Israel from slavery in Egypt. Through the Americans and Filipino revolutionaries, God physically removed the Spaniards from the Philippines.

But the slavery to sins such as those injected to the slaves by the enslavers did not go away with their human agents. The sins remained, even though the sin-teachers had already gone away.

Bonifacio and other Filipino revolutionaries thought that by driving the Spaniards away, the Filipinos would finally be free. Yes and No. Yes, physically and politically, we were set free; there were no more Spaniards who ruled over us. But No too because even if the Spaniards were gone, we were still slaves to sins and vices perpetrated by those evil occupiers for our weakening and continuous downfall. True, indeed, a little more than a century after the exit of the Spaniards, the vices of gambling especially cards and cockfighting, smoking, drunkenness and others have transmuted from being seeds into huge trees now, overshadowing the whole nation – read: almost every Filipino is either a practitioner or a supporter of such vices.

So the sins-vices-teachers are gone – the Spaniards. But sins-vices remained, even worsened!

No Moses or Rizal or Bonifacio can set us free from sins and vices. In the Old Testament, Moses was called to help deliver political and economic freedom to the Israelites, but not freedom from sin and death.

Jesus was to be needed 1,500 years later to become our deliverer from sins and vices. So, we have the whole New Testament teachings focused on spiritual freedom – freedom from sins-vices only possible with the Lord Jesus’ selfless sacrifice and teachings.

Much of this spiritual freedom has been discussed by our pastors, priests and ministers. What I am interested in this article to cite is this: THE OLD TESTAMENT IS REPLETE OF IDEAS HOW TO BE ECONOMICALLY FREE, e.g., free from poverty.


The Old Testament is replete with ideas that can make us prosperous. Among these ideas, I would now choose one to discuss.


Let us quote Deuteronomy 23:

Deu 23:12 [niv]Designate a place outside the camp where you can go to relieve yourself.
[kjv]Thou shalt have a place also without the camp, whither thou shalt go forth abroad:
Deu 23:13 [niv]As part of your equipment have something to dig with, and when you relieve yourself, dig a hole and cover up your excrement.
[kjv]And thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon; and it shall be, when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which cometh from thee:
Deu 23:14 [niv]For the LORD your God moves about in your camp to protect you and to deliver your enemies to you. Your camp must be holy, so that he will not see among you anything indecent and turn away from you.
[kjv]For the LORD thy God walketh in the midst of thy camp, to deliver thee, and to give up thine enemies before thee; therefore shall thy camp be holy: that he see no unclean thing in thee, and turn away from thee.

The obvious reason why YeHoWaH commanded the Israelites to cover their excrement with earth or soil is HYGIENCE. This ordinance on waste disposal is “to protect you” e.g., from diseases and to keep their camp holy (clean).

But there is more to it than meets the eye.

In my years of study of God’s Word, Ways, Will and in my knowing of His Heart and Mind (which thing you can do if you are familiar with His Word and with His actual dealing with you in real experience of sincere obedience), many of His commands or ideas has more than one purpose.

So it is with the case of Deuteronomy 23:12-14. It is more than to merely keep us holy (clean). Holiness or hygiene is just one of the purposes. One other remarkable purpose of Deuteronomy 23:12-14 YeHoWaH mentioned in separate place – in Genesis 1:26:

Gen 1:28 [niv]God blessed them and said to them, "Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and over every living creature that moves on the ground."
[kjv]And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.

Take note of the NIV phrase “fill the earth” which is less expressive of what it should mean. KJV is more accurate: “replenish the earth.” It simply means that (1) what we have used up or consumed, we must replenish or return through known ways. For example, what is the known way of returning the trees that we cut? By replanting of course! But the selfish man, be he the poor firewood cutter or the multi-millionaire logging concessionaire, is content to have meet his personal need, which soon is become clear to be selfish because he leaves the place bald and exposed to erosion. Irresponsible! Selfish! He is not thinking about the future of his descendants when they will inherit the land without trees and in effect without soil! And that is because of his own pre-occupation with the self and his lack of concern and foresight for the good of his descendants.

Why did YeHoWaH, our wise and loving eternal heavenly Father, command us Deuteronomy 23:12-14, that is, TO BURY OUR EXCREMENT IN THE SOIL?

If you have been exposed in agriculture long enough, then you can discover clearly the wisdom of YeHoWaH why He commanded the Israelites (as our demonstrators) and us (supposed to learn from their example) to bury our stools in the soil, instead of keeping them packed inside a septic tank. The other very useful purpose of Deuteronomy 23:12-14 is Genesis 1:28: TO HELP REPLENISH THE EARTH. In other words, to re-fertilize the land, to return the lost nutrients to the soil. Nutrients are “lost” if the soil is eroded or washed out to the lower valleys or into the seas and/or if the nutrients have been taken in by plants in making food (fruits and seeds).

So, there is a need to replenish the earth. And so, YeHoWaH our eternal Father, our

Gen 1:28 [niv]God blessed them and said to them, "Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and over every living creature that moves on the ground."
[kjv]And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.

Again, why did Father YeHoWaH command us to observe the seemingly unhygienic practice of toileting in the soil – in the garden – in the open? The answer is Genesis 1:28 – to help restore the fertility of the soil.

Such a wonderful idea

Your eyes will be opened to the brilliantly beautiful idea when you engage in organic farming or have exposure to different methods of farming.

One method used now in the Philippines, particularly by the vegetable farmers of Baguio City and Benguet province, is said to be the use of human excrement removed from full septic tank.

The discovery might be accidental. One problem in big metropolitan like Metro Manila is how or where to dispose their voluminous human waste every time the septic tanks of family and commercial comfort rooms or toilets got full.

So, there was some minds looking for solutions and were guided to think of suctioning the still liquid or shoveling the already solid ones and throw them elsewhere. And there was someone who said, “Let them be used to fertilize the gardens in Baguio and Benguet.”

The rest is history. What we have now is a very productive vegetable industry in these places. Baguio and Benguet or Mountain Province is the area which grow the vegetables which feed the millions of people in the huge metropolitan cities of Metro Manila.

I doubt if they had read the Ordinance of Human Waste Recycling in Deuteronomy 23:12-14. I believe they have not. They only discovered the method by chance or out of necessity, e.g., there was a need to throw Metro Manila’s excrements or re-use it.

But aware of the Deuteronomy 23 ordinance or not, the observance of this Old Testament ordinance nevertheless works wonderfully for the farmers of Baguio/Benguet/ Mountain Province.

They are a living proof that YeHoWaH’s way is the true way towards emancipation from poverty.


There is an urgent need now for each family TO BECOME SELF-SUFFICIENT IN FOOD, at least in vegetable and spices first, if not in corn or rice.

The man of the average family is earning P150.00 to P200.00 a day through labor, e.g., working for another, sewing, baking, carpentry, etc.

About half of it is consumed for fish, vegetable and spices – in short, viand. Therefore, if we can find a way to save it, then, such amount (P75 to P100 a day or P2,215.00 to P3,000.00 a month) can be used for other needs of the family, particularly in educating the children.

One way to do this is: GARDENING/FARMING.

But there have been many of us who have been discouraged from doing backyard gardening due to the cost of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and the diminishing return associated with it. The longer you engage in inorganic farming or gardening, the higher will your expenses become, but the harvest will continue to diminish in the long run.

So, people don’t see farming or gardening to be that attractive.

What we did not realize was there has been an organic way to do our gardening and farming which guarantees continuous increase of yield over the years, even without increasing the size or area of your garden and farm.


Let me quote again:

Deu 23:12 [niv]Designate a place outside the camp where you can go to relieve yourself.
[kjv]Thou shalt have a place also without the camp, whither thou shalt go forth abroad:
Deu 23:13 [niv]As part of your equipment have something to dig with, and when you relieve yourself, dig a hole and cover up your excrement.
[kjv]And thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon; and it shall be, when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which cometh from thee:
Deu 23:14 [niv]For the LORD your God moves about in your camp to protect you and to deliver your enemies to you. Your camp must be holy, so that he will not see among you anything indecent and turn away from you.
[kjv]For the LORD thy God walketh in the midst of thy camp, to deliver thee, and to give up thine enemies before thee; therefore shall thy camp be holy: that he see no unclean thing in thee, and turn away from thee.

The Ordinance says: Do not keep your human feces inside septic tank where they will not be useful or re-useful/ reusable. Hygienic, yes. There is no doubt we all agree that our water-sealed toilet system where our excrements are kept inside septic tank, is hygienic.

But that is only serving one purpose – the purpose of having hygiene or being clean and free from sickness.

There is another very important purpose not served by this septic tank system. And this purpose is having a sustainable agriculture through the recycling of our human waste – our excrements – our stools.

How? In a very simple way – as simple and as affordable and doable as burying your excrement in the soil!

That’s all!

There is no need for expensive machinery to do that. There is no need to buy anything to do that. The poorest of the poor can do that. There is no need to get capital or get a loan or get indebted to someone else before you can implement that. Even little children can do that. It is so simple. Just “dig a hole and cover up your excrement” is the simplest of all simple instructions.

Just do it and you will see the blessings of a productive cost-less garden and farm! Since your stool or excrement or feces is free, there is no additional expenses incurred in your gardening/ farming – no fertilizer to buy.

And above all, since our feces are far more nutritious than the manure of the animals, it follows out that our garden will yield more, yeah, much more if we continue also to use animal manure, as our tradition has been.

What we missed is Deuteronomy 23:12-14!


Testimony # 1:

A radio anchor man and also an advocate of natural farming, did not install a toilet in his house. He just enclosed his house with a high fence and left a small land area adjacent to this kitchen where members of the family remove and bury their excrement.

But it was done systematically, from one end to the other. So the first part where the human waste was already turned into very rich soil, was gardened. And the anchor man, was not ashamed, instead he was proud to tell his radio listeners about how big and how healthy were his tomatoes, and other vegetables.

Seem unclean to those who are thinking of the feces and not of the whole system. There is nothing repulsive in it because the only moment you have face to face and nose-to-nose sight of your stool is the same when you remove using the water-sealed toilet system.

But instead of flashing it with your toilet bowl’s water, you simply cover it with soil. It means to say that, as God instructed, you dig a hole first, then, use the loose soil to cover the stool.

That’s that simple. Or if you have other things like sawdust or rice hull, so much the better. Sawdust and rice hulls are other organic biodegradable which can enhance the nutritious-ness of your coming organic fertilizer and soil out of the human waste.

Testimony # 2:

My mother and father attested to the experience of Nong Lolong Recamadas, a fellow teacher of my father when my father was stil teaching in Loon Institute (high school).

Sir Lolong had a small garden. There was no remarkable thing about small garden and it was not different from the rest if not because of its very BIG produce. The eggplant fruits were verrry healthy and verrrry big. The pechay leaves were verrry healthy and verrrry big. Etc., etc, etc.

His secret?

He relieved himself there and immediately buried his feces in the small holes he previously had dugged for the purpose, and immediately cover the waste with the loose soil.

Result: the vegetables had had feast on the most nutritious and fertile kind of organic fertilizers ever available to mankind!

Testimony # 3:

“Ah, local!” is the current slang expression of the kids around nowadays. Meaning: the evidence is not state-side – not high quality or high grade.

Well, we have the Baguio-Bengeut experience. We have the radio announcer’s experience. We have Nong Lolong’s experience.

And the Bible says, “An issue is settled by two or three witnesses.” We have three witnesses (testimonies) already.

But if you are still discontented and skeptical, what about state-side testimony? Well, to punish you for your lack of faith, I will leave it up to you to do the hard thing of finding it yourself in the YouTube and it is sufficient for me to tell you that I’ve seen it – I’ve heard it in www.YouTube.com about the French converting their water-based toilet into dry toilet using fine sawdust to cover their stool which they placed inside a big tin can.

It is their French version of Deuteronomy 23:12-14!

They combined some of the features of the modern water-sealed toilet, namely: the seat, and the feature of Deuteronomy 23, namely; cover it with soil or fine sawdust. There is virtually no water used or if there must be, it will only be very minimal, just to keep the stool and sawdust moist and allow decomposition.

When the tin container is full, I saw one man, went out of his house, go to the back of his toilet and opened a small door where the tin can (or was it a plastic can) was located. He removed it and carry it to his garden. A new empty clean tin/plastic can is then retrieved to replace the just removed one.

Imagine – it’s the French!

First class men. Expert in hygiene and beauty.

And they are doing it!

They are going organic.

And they are obeying God’s ordinance.

So, what are you thinking now?

Thinking still of the bad odor – the spill? No, nothing will come out like that if you plan it well.

In our own personal experience (yes, we are implementing it for around 6 months already), using much water is very bad, such as what will happen if you use arinola (the standard plastic container we used for our urine and sometimes our children’s stool). Since water is used instead of the dry sawdust, the moment you open the arinola plastic cover, there you will meet the lost of bad odor and germs!!!

So, I am telling you the wrong way of ding it. God does not want us to smell and inhale the germs or bacteria. He knows and we should now know that germs or bacteria are not good for our intestine or body, although they are useful in decomposing our human waste and other matters.

Therefore, I do not recommend the use of arinola, except for our urine.

My recommendation is either direct hole in the soil or if it is too public, then, the French way.

I am also using the French way, but in not yet perfect manner. All I do is have a kind of a pail, the empty container of calumet yeast, it is a stronger kind of plastic and it is the one I use as a bowl.

Then, I have in my side another container where I’ve placed the soil or sawdust or rice hull.

I attest there is no smell whatsoever, if you have properly covered your waste immediately after relieving yourself. Use generous or sufficient amount of sawdust or soil to cover your stool.

When it is full, carry it to another place, e.g., in a roofed place such as at the back of your house where it is allowed time to turn into compost/ rich organic fertilizer.

Of course, you must have two or more reserved empty pail.

You will learn it quickly as you do it. Just do it. Just obey God and you will quickly see the blessing of having a garden or farm with new supply of very fertile soil from human waste recycled.


This very simple and zero-expenses activity alone can make the huge difference.

Take my family as an example. Two adults, 5 kids.

For easy computation, let us just assume we produce 1 kilo of human waste every day. Take 1996 as the starting year, the year we left the city and arrived in the countryside to try to settle there.

I had my bakery but I did not know Deuteronomy 23:12-14, or let us say, I ignored it, did not give even a second to read it.

My bakery experienced difficulty after three years of operation, timing to the Asian Financial crisis of 1997.

What happened next? To cut the long story short, we finally scattered by 2004. My wife went to the place of her birth with all five kids. She tried her luck of operating the bakery there, while I stayed alone in our countryside house most of the time.

But the organic did not come my way except only after 2004. And Deuteronomy 23:12-14 came to my attention and my full appreciation only last year, 2009.

I want to cry and regret why I did not know Deuteronomy 23:12-14 in 1996. But the past is past and all I can do now is compute from time to time, as follows:

1996 – 1 kilo of human waste every day x 360 days = 360 kilos in a year – every year. Then, multiply that by 9 years, that is, from 1996 to 2004.

How many kilos of human waste we would have got?

3,240 kilos.

Or about 65 bags of organic fertilizer from human waste.

That is for lazy work – just removing bowel and recycling it.

What about the leaves, weeds, the manure and ashes you got from burning and other activities you could do in the garden or farm.

In my own experience, there is so much things you can add or do in addition to human waste recycling if you stay in your garden. Even me, who only spend a few hours in the garden, I can see the big difference if you have organic fertilizers as your aid in gardening and farming.

And I know a firm believer and promoter of Deuteronomy 23:12-14!

Surely, EVEN THE SMALLEST IDEA FROM GOD JEHOVAH IS OF GREAT VALUE. For my case, I would not have had seen my family scattered had I come to know and observe Deuteronomy 23:12-14 on time, e.g., in 1996 or even earlier.

There is no need to leave home to work abroad. Food sufficiency is within our reach at home – if we obey Deuteronomy 23:12-14.

In my heart, I want to honor our Father Jehovah for such a loving and wise idea of HUMAN WASTE RECYCLING.

Oh how I regret not knowing it early enough. We would have been spared from the pain of physical and often emotional separation.

Today, millions of families all around the country and around the world, have their spouses or parents working abroad or in the cities. In short, so many families are scattered, even disintegrated mainly because their home is not the place where they kind find livelihood.

Both parties, those who left home and those who are left at home, are undergoing deep sufferings.

I want to tell them that they can shorten their scattering IF THEY OBEY DEUTERONOMY 23:12-14.

YeHoWaH, (or as others pronounced it as Yahweh or Jehovah), our God and Creator is a very loving Father to us who listens to Him.

There is no need to suffer. It is not His pleasure nor His primary will to see His children suffer. He wants us to prosper or have sufficient supply of our needs, without scattering, without leaving our loved ones, without exposing our lives to danger in alien countries where we are treated as commodities and dispensable, or as slaves.

Let’s recover our heritage. Our divine heritage as creation and children of God who created the universe.

Stop thinking that the Old Testament or the New Testament are exclusive for the Jews. They are the Father’s Word for anyone. True, it was given to the Jews for them to exemplify – to demonstrate its benefits to us, but they refused and joined us in the life of disobedience, instead of setting us positive example of blessings that come from obedience.

It’s another disappointing thing; the Israelites or the Jews failing in their mission to pioneer in the practice of God’s excellent way of life that brings prosperity, happiness and freedom.

And so we have no example available except them in Baguio-Benguet, the radio announcer, the school teacher, the French and count me soon!

Good luck and God bless you.

I pray you will realize soon how great is God’s love for you, which are expressed in so many ways, one of them is Deuteronomy 23:12-14!

There are still many brilliant ideas buried in the Old Testament that when the dust of doubts is taken off, we will see it shine brighter, yes, we will find out that they are far much wiser than the wisest ideas of the wisest men in the world! We will discuss each of them, God willing to give us time and space for that in the future.

Truly, indeed, the wisdom of the wisest of men is in reality foolishness! And God’s tiniest idea is far wiser than man’s greatest idea. Yes, who can challenge the idea of Deuteronomy 23:12-14?

Come forward, and present your superior supporting fruits, if any.

Is Soil Toileting really a wonderful idea?

Is this soil toileting really a nice idea? Or is it rather an awkward thing to do especially if you imagine yourself relieving in the open – and with the open eyes of the beholders!? How can God advocate indecent practice when in other occasions He told us to cover ourselves and make sure our nakedness is not seen by others?

Well, God did not mean indecency when He commanded us to relieve ourselves in the soil or garden or farm. And He did not mean we should relieve ourselves in the public eye. No, the actual wording of His HUMAN WASTE RECYCLING Ordinance is this:

Deu 23:13 [niv]As part of your equipment have something to dig with, and when you relieve yourself, dig a hole and cover up your excrement.
[kjv]And thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon; and it shall be, when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which cometh from thee:

If we literally interpret the ordinance, it says that we dig a hole at the very time we remove our bowel. So, we can imagine ourselves running into the garden or farm, with a dull bolo in our hand as a digging tool, hurriedly dig a hole a few inches deep, and lo! just in time!

Well, that is not how dull we should treat our God to be. And also, that is not how dull we should treat ourselves to be. To the contrary, our Father give the ordinance with the realization that we are already brighter than the too literal, thus, too naïve an interpretation which I have just mentioned.

As a matter of example, I have my own little and a bit wiser way of applying the Father’s command. Our house is elevated and in the side of my computer room is an area that is slope until a few feet it reaches a small plain where there is an accumulation of rich soil. This plain area is filled with bananas, papayas and other plants. And it is this area which I find appropriate to dig many holes in advance – read: in advance – I do not literally implement the ordinance by digging a hole only at the time of relieving myself. That is too literal and too naïve. In fact, if you insist to be literal, then, you must strictly obey the strict order of the command, namely: relive yourself first and then dig a hole!

That’s how funny and foolish is a literal interpretation without wisdom!

And many people unfortunately fall into this kind of category which is both demeaning and insulting to the intelligence of both God and ourselves!

So too is foolish the scenario of finding yourselves relieving in the eyes of people! God leaves a few details in His laws and ordinances for us to think over and reach a wise manner of implementation. He also wants us to think, not to subterfuge or evade His law but rather to perfectly, brilliantly, and lovingly implement His commandments.

I find happiness and thrill in being CREATIVE in implementing the laws of our loving and wise Father.

So, during our discussion, after a short laugh of the risk of being seen by people, my wife mentioned the wise idea of making a portable toilet which you can easily transfer as soon as the hole is filled.

Wise idea!

Also, the idea of transferring often from place to place seems to be given. Why? Why not stay instead in one place? The reason why we should move from place to place as soon as possible, is TO SPREAD EVENLY THE NUTRIENTS COMING FROM OUR HUMAN EXCREMENTS.

That’s common sense. Wisdom.

So, if we stay too long in one hole, which must be big and deep, it follows out the only one part of the garden or farm is over-nutritioned while the other parts are famished of nutrients.

So, the wiser idea is to just dig which has the following specifications:

 a hole small enough to make you transfer to another place for the purpose of wide and fast and even distribution of badly-needed-by-the-soil refill nutrients from our human excrements;
 but big enough to see to it that when the hole has been filled, the nutrients there will be enough for the need of the soil and the plants or trees which you will be planting in the filled up soil area;
 and about the decency aspect, well, you can design a makeshift toilet, made of four-sided walls, which is portable, transferable, so, it must be easy to pull out, but must first be able to get installed strong enough that it cannot be easily uprooted or can not easily collapse, and then, it must be also as light as much as possible so we can easily carry it to the next venue.

So, with that said, I think that, with a little help of our thinking, which is God’s gift, we can spare God from being accused of giving us an ordinance that is naïve, i.e., a statute that will expose our nakedness to the public.

Our suggestion above is, nevertheless, not practical for the city dwellers. Of course, I mean it for places like mine: rural areas. You can’t do that in the city: dig holes in the streets or park!??

I will have a word for city dwellers, but not until I can address another last concern for the rural toileters: safety. The portable toilet for rural use must be safe, that is, if someone relieve herself at night, she will not be afraid in the dark.

Solution: The mobile portable soil toilet, and I discover this is the best name I can give to the thing so far, Mobile Portable Soil Toilet (MPST), and if I can find the right material and can make the perfect design, I will invent this one! But for those of you who are more inventive and have access to the right materials. I urge you to invent your own Mobile Portable Soil Toilet (MPST – this MPST seems to be more appropriate for daytime. Most children or women will get afraid getting out of the house at night and relieve themselves in the MPST installed a few meters from the house in the open, usually without fence. It will be alright when there is a fence around the house and the MPST is enclosed by the fence too like the house.

So, comes another version of MPST: an indoor MPST. Call that Indoor Organic Toilet (IOT).

This is actually what I was in mind for city dwellers, because it is most appropriate for the city but I realize this is also appropriate for the rural folks for night use, when they are afraid to go out in the dark to use their outdoor MPST.

This IOT for both rural night use and for city day-round use, is simply a big tin or plastic can where you remove your bowel and afterward you cover it dry with sawdust or anything like dust or it can be dry loose soil. After relieving yourself, all you have to do is simply pour some of the sawdust or fine soil into the tin or plastic pail and that’s it!

When it gets filled, you simply will have to remove it, take it to the garden to be allowed to turn into organic fertilizer or soil, while you place a new empty one in your toilet.

You are no longer to invent this system. The French are already doing this. They have a sort of chair or bowl under which is placed the portable tin or plastic can. Beside them is another container for the sawdust.

That’s all.

With this, I hope these ideas will have helped you effectively implement God’s HUMAN WASTE RECYCLING ORDINANCE IN DEUTERONOMY 23:12-14.

And I hope you have come to appreciate how Deuteronomy 23:12-14 implements God’s main law in Genesis 1:28: You shall replenish the Earth.

In these law and ordinance, I have found God’s love and wisdom. And I do praise Him deeply and joyfully in my heart, wherever I go because of this.

I hope you will come to experience the joy of seeing how wise and how loving is
YeHoWaH, our Loving and Wise Eternal Father.

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