How we perceive things and ourselves may hinder our ability to adapt and coexist. Since I was exposed to the philosophy of Buckminster Fuller in the early 1970's my perspective on our world and its dynamics shifted towards the comprehension and love for the wellbeing of the universe.

Throughout my years I was dishearten and confronted by monetization and commoditization of our impoverished soil, water and disdain for the planet

As of the recent catastrophic events, people finally, realized the perversion and abyss of that ideology. Now we can take responsibility with courage be integral agents foresee and share our beautiful universe. 

 

More people are taking matters into their own hands, leaving behind the glamour of irresponsibility. Discovering how to embark on building a mature and sustainable lifestyle which will help restore balance in this ever changing planet .

 

New generations are open to creating strong interrelationships, and are questioning the absurdity of profit making over health. For life  to thrive it need a place to "be" without constant threats; we can adapt and survive with less "stuff", and if there is an agreement to collaborate and this requires trust, workable ideas, zero waste and an honest grasp of reality.

We invite you to become actively sustainable and view some of the most compelling lectures by Darin Stevenson here.

A sample of his work below

SUSTAINABLE WORLD

We’re in the midst of a bizarre situation in which information long ago became weaponized and we are unequipped to vet or deal with this fact. So many of us are being converted to receptors and transmitters in a battlefield whose actual agendas and participants we cannot even detect, let alone resist.

 

This results in confusion, anger, frustration, and factions...

I here reflect on topics related to this disturbing situation, and the nature of relationships that move from persons into ‘the between’ with the intention of forming a powerful superposition »over what would otherwise be our relatively helpless 'individuality'.

- Dairn Stevenson

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Sustainable Sentinel

Restoring the balance of UNINTENDED

CONSEQUENCES

76%   OF THE POPULATION LIVES IN PRECARIOUS CONDITIONS

70%

OF BIODIVERSITY HAS LOST ITS HABITAT

87%

DON'T  READ AFTER LEAVING HIGH SCHOOL

  • Organize clean energy projects for small community projects,

  • Build bridges of understanding

  • Apply sustainable language skills  

  • Use labor bartering 

  • Develop socioeconomictools.

  • Reinvent support systems but to become actively sustainable.

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