Seeds & Ladders. A Conversation with Permaculture Designer Jenny Pell, Pacific Northwest. By Willi Paul, Permaculture Exchange


Seeds & Ladders. A Conversation with Permaculture Designer Jenny Pell,
Pacific Northwest. By Willi Paul, Permaculture Exchange

http://planetshifter.com/node/2007

“Another metaphor that I use a lot is one of abundance and how can you
expect the table to be full and abundant if you don’t bring something
to the table? People in our culture have a bad habit of filling up at
the table where someone else planted, harvested, and cooked the food,
eating more than their fill, and then walking away without doing the dishes!
You need to bring something to the table, and I don’t really care what it is,
it just needs to be something! You could be a knitter, you could be a cobbler,
you could be a seamstress, you could care for children, you could tell stories,
you could play music. It doesn’t really matter what it is because there’s no
judgment or standard for what it means.” JP

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