Garden's for a Future

Seeking Knowledge to Create Your Ideas
January 27, 2011, 6:41 pm
Filed under: Education

is a Communal effort.

I decided to test it one day on facebook and the response has given me a better perspective of something I once knew nothing about.

The idea was to create a bicycle powered concert. I began by creating an event for the event and wrote out the general necessities for it to happen. It was a call to action for people to pool our resources together and see what we are capable of.

In a few days, a friend was able to contact a fellow electrical engineer and obtain some information to determine if it would be feasible or not. The information was then relayed back and the information I was seeking was given to me.

Without sharing ideas and knowledge, the idea of creating an alternative way of life is an uphill battle against yourself. It is possible to create your dreams on your own if you have the resources. On the other hand, to create a bigger reality of it requires the resources of the environment surrounding you. Doing so opens the perspectives, information, resources, networks and connections of all the people you know. Holding back leaves the dream only to an individual’s passion.

However, a vital issue comes to play when sharing an idea, what if someone steals it?

Well if they succeed in sharing your dream with the world is that not a good thing?

In the end, it should also bring to your attention the need to start working towards your dreams and goals. Locking it up keeps it jailed away from the world to enjoy and build upon.


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