Where the Wild Things Are…

The evening is grey and still.

Rain has been spluttering out of the heavens all day.

I’ve just been for a short walk outside and made a 5 minute video that is, at present, loading.

This process takes about an hour and sometimes cuts out at  the last minute, meaning it has to start once more from the beginning, so it can be frustrating!

However, the feedback I get from viewers encourages me to keep it all going…that and a sense of getting a real message out about permaculture.

 What the Banks and EU Agricultural Policy Failed to do, Permaculture manages…this is how I see it all at present.

All around me, here in Ireland and beyond, people are realizing just how much they have lost, been short-changed on what life is really all about…

 The endless drive for material wealth and property has been such over the past decades that many have lost sight of the real meaning of existence on this beautiful planet.

Integrity and goodness have been demeaned and mocked, as the elite, in their eternal scavenging for wealth,    have poured foul scorn upon the planet and it’s inhabitants.

Well, here’s the news…permaculture does not require you to have money, spend money or accumulate wealth.

Permaculture is about using what is to hand and recycling and being creative.

By practising permaculture I pour foul scorn upon the destroyers of Nature, creating a portal, here at Bealtaine Cottage, through which her abundant and infinite energies flow.

People are waking up to the fact that their governments have sold them out to the banks and corporations and it is time to turn towards a kinder way of living on this sacred planet. I heartily recommend adopting the permaculture ethics…

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Enjoy today’s video diary from Bealtaine Cottage…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wTVu4vlvSo

2 thoughts on “Where the Wild Things Are…

  1. Your posts and videos revolving around the wonderful utopea you have created over the past few years is an inspiration to all of us, please continue to share these good works.:)

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