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For the past few Months now, I have been obsessed about learning all I can about Off-Grid Living. This has led me to Topics that I never knew about, let alone that I ever thought I would find myself having an interest in! Learning how to care for the Earth, and Fix Soil for the better, etc... Learning how to Build a House with my own hands and not relying on a Stranger to do it for you. There is a beautiful feeling of knowing that you built something yourself. Almost as if a piece of your Soul has found it's way into your Home! It feels more personal to you, and not just a temporary home, before choosing to move on to yet another place.

Recently, I was listening to a You Tube Music Compilation and came across a Song that really hit Home to me in my Heart! Looking through the Comments on many of the You Tube Channels for the Song, many comment how they remember learning this Song in School. I did not have this luxury in School (not sure when it was Released, but I Graduated in 2004). I wish I had. It is a very beautiful song. I hope you liked it as much as I did!

The Earth is our Mother

Take care of the Earth, and the Earth will take care of you!
 
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Thanks for sharing that. I've embedded the video below.

 
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Thank you Burra!
 
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