Home used to be a place where everything that was needed to live well was grown or made on site by family and neighbours.
A place in which food was prepared several times each day and shared by all present.
Many basic necessities were stitched or nailed together by those who used them.
Home used to be a vibrant, thriving project in self-sufficiency, with what was needed to be bought in, purchased on a rare trip to town, or ordered several times each year, to be delivered and stored.
Home included a pantry or larder, a cold-store and a well used and scrubbed kitchen table where food was prepared and eaten.
Today, as part of the massive disconnect from our lovely Earth, we have fitted kitchens which are made from chemicals and constantly cleaned with chemicals.
The emphasis is on keeping a show-house type of environment, where these expensive kitchens are not used to their full potential.
Our lives are chemically infused…with clothes, bedding and bodies immersed in chemical solutions on a daily basis.
Washing machines pound the clothes we buy with chemicals that are washed out into our rivers and oceans, killing life on the way.
We wonder how cancer, autism, asthma, allergies and depression are so rife within our communities?
We seek doctors and drugs to help us live and be well, without paying too much attention to our living state and what the corporations are doing to our environments.
Pharmaceutical companies are the most powerful corporate bodies on our planet.
In the US alone in 2011, the pharmaceutical industry spent nearly $29 billion on drug promotion with most of that money targeted at doctors!
We are taught not to question, but to accept the status quo of a controlled demolition of society…
We are viewed by corporation and government alike, as mere consumers. Passive receivers and worker drones.
The realization of this state of affairs is the beginning of our personal journey to freedom and a good life.