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Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi "The Sage of Arunachala" (30 December 1879 to 14 April 1950)
Thanks for sharing that Sradda. Ramana Maharshi's approach was so radically different than that of Swami Yogananda and many other yogis.
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(Image via Inhabitat ) First, what is guerrilla gardening ? Hipsters and housewives alike are part of the rapidly growing underground – or rather, rightintheground – political activism movement to beautify bedraggled corners and unkempt spaces of public places, from streets to curbs to corners and stoops.
Urban Ecological Subversion: The Art of Guerilla Gardening in Public Spaces Article by Urbanist , filed under Street Art & Graffiti in the Art category. Have you ever wondered why so much public space seems to go to waste ?
Learning to produce our own food is essential if we are to ever truly take control of our own lives. It liberates us from the role of passive consumer, remote from real decisions, alienated from nature. It is a step away from the grip of capitalism and the concrete boot on the foot of life. Growing food requires land.
The Master Gardener Food Gardening Specialist program was started in the spring of 2010 with the mission of teaching beginning gardeners how to successfully start and maintain food gardens.
Roots and Wisdom is a youth agriculture and community service program. We bring together urban, suburban, and rural Schenectady County residents to grow organic vegetables for donation to local food pantries
A new law, replacing the Food Act 1981, is before Parliament.
(NaturalNews) The God-given human right to freely cultivate food is under attack in New Zealand (NZ) as special interest groups and others are currently attempting to push a "food security" bill through the nation's parliament that will strip individuals of their right to grow food, save seeds, and even share the fruits of their labor with friends and family members. In accordance with the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Codex Alimentarius scheme for global food control, the NZ Food Bill, if passed, will essentially transfer primary control of food from individuals to corporations under the guise of food safety. And unless massive public outcry and awakened consciences within the NZ government are able to put a stop to it, the bill could become law very soon. According to NZ Food Security , a group working to protect the food freedom of New Zealanders, the bill will turn growing and sharing food into a government-granted privilege rather than a human right.