Paul Redmond wrote:Has HE listened to half the podcast?
Dale Hodgins wrote:At my place, I am God. The one,the only, right and true one. Thou shalt have no other god .... bla bla bla ...
Paul --- are you the God of your place, or do you have an even higher power on your side ?
mark andrews wrote:God is welcome at my place, in fact He is the one who got me interested in permaculture.
Of course, he did start things off with a forest garden.
Then he made rules for his people that ensured a life tied to the land.
Torah required the land always go back to the original family every 50 years and all loans forgiven after 7.
This would have kept us from a heavily industrialized debt driven existence.
Families would have lived on their own land with moms, dad, uncles, aunts and cousins etc.
When he wants to bless His people he always mentions wine, milk and honey.
Lastly, I began to notice that all prophesies about the future suggest he will take us back to the original land based lifestyle.
It should be fun!
(I hope Paul doesn't think I'm a feeble-minded nitwit.)
paul wheaton wrote:Not only is God welcome, but God is already here.
Amedean Messan wrote:
Unofficial apple earned for this statement! Kinda hard to add to infinity, lol...