Amit Enventres wrote:That's good, very nice thoughts. But, I want to stretch them a bit. But first, my ideal is a world without species destruction, people are free to live as they choose with subsistence available, communally run, but technology available and growing.
So, do unto others as you want done unto yourself, good rule, but let's expound. Does that mean if I like getting fish flavored ice cream, I should give some to you?
As for a permaculture world with people living in gardens, what if someone doesn't want to live in a garden? Does the "do unto others " trump that?
Not trying to be difficult.
Amit Enventres wrote:Live life as a human being.
Amit Enventres wrote:
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