Farming Good Seeds

How does one eliminate old ways finding even older ways are good.
Government programs put into existence to help have ran a course making many dependant on those programs instead of bounding families to support each other. There has been an ever increasing turn to our roots of farming. If you have been blind and not seen allow me to mention it here for you to open your own heart to change, eliminating dependency on government programs that cause dependency on tax dollars being there. How this move paves an old way into existence begins with you, your own heart, which in turn strengthens creativity and reduces waste as landfills have increasing grown and wastes our waters and earth. Change is near your heart as many of these programs are teaching our young how to grow food. Some are small farms such as Appleseedsnwa.org (this is only one of many that have come into existence which I believe is a good stone placed on a solid foundation) some are in schools teaching there as well. Many of these need support by donation not Federal tax dollars. Some are even in exchange putting food on your table without middlemen being involved, putting these funds back into the heart of the program. This is one sure way to secure a future without need and worry of being taxed to death. Give them an acre and good seeds.

About billiescauldron

I am in transition. I see myself as a Spiritual Writer and as such my blog will slowly change with me still holding tight to being in the garden as a child loving my teacher.
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2 Responses to Farming Good Seeds

  1. Alan Baglien says:

    Makes sense, why it usually does not happen!

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