Many times you will see videos of very serious and earnest people trying to convey the importance of communities joining in lifestyle with the land and the environment.
Perhaps there is another way to visualize the joining. Maybe if we could see the actual relationship we would get a move on and make this a functional reality.
Don’t get me wrong, the work of the scientists and activists are important but sometimes a lizard or a duck can show you the path to enlightenment. A little reggae doesn’t hurt either.
The video was recorded at the Lung Mee Permaculture Garden in the Surat Thani province in Southern Thailand.
I live in a urban environment so my definition and application of permaculture is going to be quite different than the visualization in the video. Still, we’ve got to start learning about what we need to do to move forward in a healing, sustainable manner.