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missjamievega When people ask me what I mean when I say that I'm a permaculturist, it's difficult to answer without making them sad. I am a #natural farmer, but permaculture is about a lot more than natural farming. Once you see the face of #nature, it becomes increasingly difficult to appreciate the fragile #society that we so often conflate with the natural order of things. We made this whole thing up as we went along. No one knows exactly what they are doing and why, and yet very few people ever want to admit that they are unhappy with their futile pursuit of artificial happiness through possessions. We fear nature and run from it. We try to control and "tame" it. Nature no longer seems intuitive.
Money decides what we eat. It decides if we live or die, but it is only an idea. We have a system that separates us so much from nature that most of us can't tell the difference between food and the poison that big money is feeding them. We are all too busy working jobs to pay for our little boxes to really care what the current agricultural system is doing to our fellow humans, our precious #earth and to our future as a species.
Permaculture is a way of thinking that just might lead to some visceral #change on many fronts. Some may think that this is a pessimistic position, but it is exactly the opposite. The popular position is to simply look away. I can see how a person accustomed to doing that would see this as pessimism. #Permaculture is about a vision of a permanent culture, which has never existed in #human history. We continue to make the same mistakes that all fallen cultures have made, so ours too will fall if we continue to look away. Permaculturists don't look away.
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i_wont_sympathize_anymore *drops invisible microphone* #rant #labels #society #music 13min

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firiael I can only grasp at the patience that must be required when someone's livelihood stops because water got into the engine.
Here's Khunwar Singh who drove me home in his auto last night through the sudden rains, and when the auto stopped, he didn't get frustrated or angry. We talked for an hour while sharing the fruits he had kept for dinner. He's a good man, one among many you can find in the streets of this city labelled as untrustworthy and unsafe.

It would be safer if people trusted people and people cared for people, irrespective of the economic or gender divide. These gaps when enforced create a resentment that spirals into crises.

Series: Frames of the Evening

New Delhi, India
May 2016

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yourstory_co Kerala’s Patthanamthitta district is infamous for the highest concentration of granite mining quarries. The hilly region of Konni in the district is where 80-year-old Achan Natarajan, a former daily wage worker, lives. This is also where the district’s biggest granite crusher is located. All his life, Achan has always battled the way mining mafia has spread in the area and snatched land, often forcefully, from natives.

As a form of protest, Achan bou.ght about half an acre of land in the area with his life’s savings. He then divided the land into 10 sub-plots and gifted them to 10 families, thereby making it nearly impossible for the mining mafia to ever take control of the land here. In an interview with The News Minute, Achan said, “I have not given the families their title deeds even though it is ready because I’m scared that the mining mafia may take it away. In the title deeds, Achan has inserted a clause that ensures that ownership of the land cannot be transferred for the next 70 years.

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