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Mother's Children (01/06/2023)
You can fix all the world's problems in a garden. You can solve them all in a garden. You can solve all your pollution problems, and all your supply line needs, in a garden. - Geoff Lawton
I agree wholeheartedly with these statements. Literally everything that is needed for living can come from plants, and in ways that are ecologically responsible:

No one "owns" the land of the Earth. It belongs to everyone, and everyone should benefit from the resources that arise from it when it is properly cared for. All that it takes is some knowledge of what is possible, and a plan motivated by kindness and consideration.

Nature gives abundantly without expectation of something in return. For example, a seed can grow into a tree that yields edible fruit. Each fruit holds many seeds, each of which is potentially a tree that can produce even more fruit and shade. It multiplies, continually giving food and shelter. I am humbled by the trees.

Some music:
Jill Scott - Golden

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