Permaculture and regenerative agrictulture both start with the soil. The soil is king, queen, and the whole royal flush it you will.
Our ‘why did you do that’ comes from an angry place rather than a place of learning. ‘What did you learn?’ might even be a better question.
We think we are keeping our options open by being general, but often it is in the specifics that change happens.
Carrying a perscription around was a basic form of data portability. I was the courier and the keeper of the keys.
Consistently showing up day after day after day is viewed as boring, unattractive, and not noteworthy. And may be one of the most powerful.
What if our lives were different? Had different goals? Metrics? Here’s a series of questions to get your started
There is often a tenderness to new ideas and change that are killed off if put too soon into organisations. They require hardening.
Patience. It’s not a strong characteristic of mine. I tend to be the impatient kind. Build, measure, learn. Don’t wait for perfect.
The challenge is to highlight what we are for more than what we are against. Or at least regularly reminding others what we are for.
You don’t know how many ‘can’ts’ there are before ‘you can’. This is true for you, me, and everyone. And for everything we learn to do.
Previously, the clock in our kitchen was three minutes fast, but now is about 6 minutes fast. We don’t believe the time anymore.
We see the arrival and rarely the journey. If you are walking to Toronto, it makes a big difference if you start in Niagara or Vancouver.