I was interviewed on Robin Carpenters Radio show—Farm and Foodshed Report January 23. The archive will only be up a short while. It is good listening.
I made reference to last September’s Closing Ceremony at the North American Permaculture Convergence in Hopland, CA that happened a few days following the #HeirloomExpo. Many Heirloom Seeds, representing dreams, were planted in this Ceremony led by Starhawk and me. It was 90 degrees out. A young girl used San Diego rainwater to water the #SacredSeeds and out of nowhere, for the next two days, it rained in San Diego!
What can you do to End the Drought —of Love—in our Lives now?
I believe the American Dream in this moment has become a national nightmare for many. The very positive side of this is that your very local dreams, the dreams you were born to plant, are especially important now.
I had a very inspiring Saturday morning visiting our local college area community garden. A delightful group of students from many countries were volunteering to beautify the garden. I thought it would be interesting for their guide, who became my Facebook friend, to survey the countries they were from.
I would like to see a collection of indigenous heirloom seeds from Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company gathered from those countries. I would like to see the seeds planted in a Peace garden!
I believe it's important to wake up from our nightmare through doing positive activities, more than ever.
The question I'm asking now: how many Enchanted Garden Club members would it take to grow1000 years of peace?
I'll explain more about what I mean:
Now is the time to awaken our #SacredSeed nature.
now's the time to march in the direction of my dreams.
Now is the time to End the Drought in Our Lives through Love One Another more than ever.
Jon D. What a dream! I was anal obsessive OCD with counting and recounting the pages in The Healing Power of Chlorophyll through Living Plant LIfe, The book I wrote from the words of #DrBernardJensen Dr. Bernard Jensen I got out of bed and going to copy of the book. I'm going to start growing, a new crop of ancient Kamut grass in the morning. Time to remember my dreams! How fast can a dream grow? As fast as a blade of grass!
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