Garden's for a Future

Self-sustainability vs. the Economy and You
November 29, 2010, 12:28 am
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Self-sufficiency is not in the interest of our current economic standard or way of life.

If nature provides all the food, shelter, the health you need, the fertilization for your food forest, and the pest management, there’s no need for the fertilizer and pesticide industries. Furthermore, if you are eating nutritious food and interacting in a healthy ecosystem, you yourself will be healthy which will adversely affect the health care industries (less doctors, nurses, therapists, hospitals, insurance and other jobs and facilities). If you do not need to till the soil, there’s less of a need if not no need for heavy machinery and equipment.

The relation can be made for most unnecessary jobs at the moment. Most likely, you are doing something that may not be necessary, but you do it anyways. .

for a job.

This is the question for today and tomorrow: What kind of world do you want to live in? Do you want to hound day and night for a job you may be passionate about?


Do you want to evolve and cooperate with nature to learn and realize a greater purpose in life?

I’ll leave with this last note.

Everything on this Earth is alien. Nothing originated here. All the atoms in your body and mine came from a piece of outer space.

We were all born from the stars (including the animals, plants, fungi, etc).


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