Faren Leader wrote:Anecdotal, but my son's take on "What will future generations even care about?":
A planet they can still survive on. Skills to keep themselves and their loved ones alive through disaster after disaster.
Faren Leader wrote:Anita, I feel guilty that you typed out such a long response, because I think you may have misunderstood what I was trying to say.
One of the reasons I want to sort mindfully and dispose of, give away or sell in the same manner is that no matter what we think about these family things, even if one looks at it as unnecessary 'crap' ...just 'getting rid of it' is never that, as I think there are repercussions to whatever method is chosen.
Lew Johnson wrote:.
I'm probably not the first person to say it, but: If you don't think you will use an item before this time next year, you should find it a new owner who will.
Judith Browning wrote:I've always heard this as a way to minimalism...I just don't know how it relates to real life living on a farm or even in permaculture?