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I remember in Robert Monroe's books about his out-of-body explorations (don't remember which book - "Journeys out of Body" or "Ultimate Journey"), he visited a possible future for humanity/earth - which I thought was so beautiful. There weren't very many humans, only a few. Viewing the earth from above, there were some beautiful arrangements of trees/plants - like ornate gardens, but most of the earth looked natural and wild. The humans were found sitting up against trees in a state of rest most of the time - they only awoke and acted when they had a function to perform in the "garden".

I found that to be such a beautiful picture. Sounds like the Garden of Eden, really.
However, the movie Mr. Nobody made a really good point about the beauty of birth, mortality and death - I highly recommend that movie as well.

Check out "Back to Eden" - a short yet beautifully inspiring documentary about a man in Washington who discovered the wonderful benefits of using wood chips as mulch, and his religious realizations which go along with that discovery.


The reason I love permaculture - not only does it encompass the solutions to our modern ecological problems, it is laying the groundwork for reestablishing paradise on earth - I do believe the inspiration is heaven sent <3.

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"to work in the world is hard; to refrain from all unnecessary work is even harder" - Nisargadatta

 


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