toes of the mother

through her land,
we meet our mother.
through her land,
we dip into pure essence.
we breathe in the earth, and she breathes in us.
from her womb flows the eternal hydration,
here in this omnipresence we bathe

through her womb,
we learn acceptance,
we learn grace, beauty, love, awe, gratitude
we learn destruction, death, horror, contempt 
such is the trance of the mother

through her land,
we hear the song,
our core tone,
which he makes manifest

our beloved earth,
the seed of which lies in each
what we do unto ourselves is done to her
understand that our nourishment is earth’s nourishment
understand that earth’s love is our love
here and now; 
we are the guardians,
the earth lives within you

Financing life after and during coronacrisis

While talking about the myriad of projects existing in the world already causing a positive spin in the lives of people and communities, the recurring theme of financing pops-up along with the expected skeptical view on these crazy sounding proposals (even during these crazy times!).

Here is a video, in which I attempt to shed some light on the topic of financing the world we were born to live in. It is currently a private link, since I have not finished listing all the projects, from which I crowdsourced it 🙂 And it is Part 3, because it was supposed to be the ending of a more than 1 hour 30 minute video compilation. I hope all that makes sense to you as it did in my head.

But since the urge of clarity on economy for life after – and during – the corona crisis cannot really wait, here it goes…

Cultivating Environments Full of Taste and Health

Make food tasty & nutritious again by growing its full potential in thriving environments.

“It is entirely possible that we could eat an amazing 300,000 plant species. However, the reality is that we only consume a tiny fraction of what is possible. Homo sapiens, which is the most cosmopolitan of all species and one that thrives by virtue of being a supreme generalist, survives, by routinely eating only about 200 plant species. Amazingly more than half of the calories and the proteins that we derive from plants are provided by just three crops: maize, rice, and wheat.”

– John Warren @John_in_Aber , The Nature of Crops

#FreeFood #FoodFreedom

#WorldEnvironmentDay Time #ForNature


credits: ? @yungfilms ? @John_in_Aber


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