490: Karen Shragg, part 2: Reducing birth rate and raising tomatoes
Don’t you feel gypped that some of the most amazing potential parts of our lives were stripped away by people overindulging in polluting behavior? Or by automation that removed working the land from consideration as noble action?
Karen and I talk about overpopulation that will soon return to mainstream and the values of wholesomeness of activities connected to the cycles of life. Besides sharing observations from a life of conservation, she shares her big success growing tomatoes, spending quality time with her family.
Here are some early results of her planting tomatoes, which she’s since reported have grown beyond her expectations, leading her to see things she had been mission, connecting with family, and otherwise engaging with the world.
Stewardship isn’t deprivation
Karen’s stories of her experience will remind you that life without craving and always wanting more brings reflection, connection, calm, and more reward.
Karen’s stories of her experience will remind you that life without craving and always wanting more brings reflection, connection, calm, and more reward. Whatever you’re doing now, acting more in stewardship and sustainability will lead you to wish you had acted more, earlier.