Someday

Someday

chemicals will no longer be used on our food & soil
farmers will make more money growing organic food over grass seed and Christmas trees
animal agriculture will fade away
non-human animals will be happy and free
our soil will become alive again
our rivers and air will be clean
tools for true health will be taught
the homeless will be housed
the hungry will be fed
workers will have a living wage
basic health care and education will be a right and free

whole plant foods, nature’s best medicine, will be maximized
medications will be minimized

compassion & joy over fear, anger and greed
sharing over hoarding
present over past
union over separation

The powers that be wish to keep us disconnected, distracted, confused & fearful of one another, pointing fingers at those unknown from afar.

We are better
Our destiny is a greatness not yet known
Love in the end wins

Liberation is the goal
Every day
Every moment there is a choice to be present, to learn, to listen, to let go and transform

Then to share our gifts with the world
This is why we are here

 

 

Love others

Serve others

Feed others

— Neem Karoli Baba

Radically Self-Reliant Veganic Gardening with Will Bonsall: PYP 224 – Plant Yourself

Will Bonsall is my new hero, and I say that without exaggeration. Check out the short video clip at the top of the Links section below to see half of the reason why.The other half of the reason take a bit longer to explain – hence this full-length podcast episode.Will is the visionary gardener whose half-century of experimentation and iconoclasm can help us save human civilization from collapse. His method, which he refers to as “gardening without borders,” takes into account all the inputs and outputs of a garden or farm, in contrast to the usual methods of conventional, organic, and permaculture production.

Source: Radically Self-Reliant Veganic Gardening with Will Bonsall: PYP 224 – Plant Yourself

Living With The Land | Part 6 | Animal-free Farming

“Ian Tolhurst, a long-time veganic farmer, explains how he uses the fertility of his own soil through a systemic approach to farming. This means that he does not need to rely on external inputs, whether they are synthetic or animal. Indeed, many have arrived at veganic farming from a concern with sustainability, and when framed politically, autonomy.”
from Working Group on Veganic Farming http://millahcayotl.org