Tiny Forest Hermitage will be closing for solitary retreat from June 1 to October 31.
Sometimes when we are knee deep in the stories of the human impact on the Earth the days can seem a little dark. Human activities which make the headlines involve war, violence, pollution, corruption and other greed and hatred inspired acts. Sometimes we forget that there are people all around the world that feel the same way we do. Their small acts of compassion and self-sacrifice for a greater good, restores our energy to keep on, keeping on for a greater good in our small niches in this vast universe.
Plant a meadow – bee happy. Let’s share the Earth with all creatures.
If you have the goal of sustainability and working with hard-to-work-with clay soil, read this excellent article on how to improve your soil in a really downhome and homemade way.
In a previous lifetime I was an English professor. It was experienced personally in the classroom for seven years, that no amount of education seemed to sway erroneous belief systems, especially regarding food consumption but also seen with religious beliefs. It was difficulty enough at times to gain the student’s attention, competing as it was with a myriad distractions in an ego-immersed thought-world.
We are at the critical point. All science is showing the same fossil fuel crises and we are still investing in fossil fuels, driving, eating and consuming like there is no tomorrow.