Loquats (locally known as “Nísperos”)
I read somewhere that all the round and colorful decoration on a Christmas tree 🎄 represent the wishful thinking of seeing fruits again hanging on the trees once the winter have passed.
So these are just the first wave of the presents this loquat tree is giving us the day before Christmas.
Hey, Kids! Don’t try this at home 😉
Funny thing is this tree is most probably the result from a squirrel that dropped or buried the fruits seed in this narrow patch of soil. Such a fine example that “everyone gardens”.
This tree hardly gave any fruit last year. It is amazing how with a little bit of pruning, watering and feeding organic plant based compost can do in just 12 months!
May we all enjoy the ending of 2020 and make food tasty & nutritious again by growing its full potential in thriving environments.
May there be functioning communities again.
Twitter: @FreeFood4Future #FreeFood #FoodFreedom
📷 credit: Leslie F. Zubieta
Happy Summer Solstice!
On this day, the longest of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, The Noble Peace Tribe is delighted to share the
with you. clearer home page introduction
May the light be with us all along with our shadows and all.
For the next module of
Designing for Environmental Sustainability and Social Impact, – the free +Acumen course we are taking – The Noble Peace Tribe went deep into Systems Thinking. Way deep!
The good news is that we resurfaced with clarity on, among other things, both our guiding star (vision) and near stars (5-10 year goals):
Guiding star (vision)
A humane global system change that transcends war to
peace, exploitation to cooperation and fear to trust*
(* Read more on this here:
LASTING PEACE AND FUNCTIONING COMMUNITIES)
We used a feedback loop approach to visualize our
guiding star and got a vicious cycle about the currently ending global system, and a virtuous cycle about the humane global system change. Here, have a look at both and give us your feedback… loop (no, sorry, just your feedback): This post has just started: Click here to keep on reading!