Mike Cantrell wrote: That homestead freedom is really appealing, but that freedom comes from owning productive assets. A homestead supports you by yielding food and materials. You can't get productive assets for free.
Samantha Burgess wrote:I appreciate all the insight and I say this with respect, but what makes you think I don't know what it takes?
Samantha Burgess wrote:How many of you would pack a bag and leave society today?? Ever considered community leaving or a homestead opportunity? I have truly been considering purchasing some land to build a fully functioning, self sustaining homestead to raise my kids on and protect them from this wicked world. However I am a single working mother of 2 yr old twins and it's almost been impossible to do on my own. I would love to find some like minded people who feel the same that I could partner with to successful build a self sustaining community. As they say "It takes a village!" Right?!
"Where will you drive your own picket stake? Where will you choose to make your stand? Give me a threshold, a specific point at which you will finally stop running, at which you will finally fight back." (Derrick Jensen)
Now I am super curious what sports would be like if we allowed drugs and tiny ads.
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