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Intellectual health and permaculture

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Health involves many aspects, emotional health being one of them. To be emotionally well, I believe you have to be intellectually well and spiritually well. As I see it, to be intellectually well you have to be a constant learner. That is what I love about permaculture, it helps me want to be a constant learner. What do you think? How does permaculture help you be a constant learner?

I had an opportunity to talk to Matt Powers, a true teacher and permaculturist where we talked about this topic, if you are interested you can listen to it at www.pastosverdesfarm.com under the podcast button. Let me know what you think about permaculture and how it helps you be a constant learner. How does it help you be Someone who finds joy in learning new things? webpage
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