This is for all those who live in town, and think that they have no space to grow vegetables, be that because you are living in an apartment complex, in a township, or because you are homeless.
To quote from the above link:
"We know that water comes from the clouds, not from a tap. We know that food comes from the ground, not from a shop in the City. And we know that nature offers us these gifts for free, every day. Yet we deny ourselves the simple opportunities of celebrating this every day.
Why is this so? Are we too busy working? Have we become enslaved to the notion of “buying” goodness? Have we forgotten the difference between theprice of something and the value of something?
We speak of change, we say that want change. But change is not easy. Change takes guts. Change is for the social revolutionaries who are prepared for the consequences of contradicting the status-quo and exposing the lie’s or our consumer-based economies.
We need “every-day” heroes, who are prepared to fight for change, to herald new and meaningful change.
Start with the homeless, the poor - ”in every neighborhood, a revolution”
Thank goodness we have individuals out there who cannot help but inspire us all.
Change - it really does just take one person at a time...