Anima Garden – created by André Heller, a safe haven only 30km from Marrakech, perfect for hot summer days in the red city…
some natural-, food- and spiritual- inspiration wishing you all wonderful and blessed last nights of this holy month!
words of beauty – and the beauty of words.
and other reminders of counciousness and inspiration – even for Ramadan decoration (DIY with surates from the Qur’an and Hadiths of the Prophet (sas))…
happy spring, dear readers and friends! and welcome in our valley Ait Bouguemez the 1st of May!
Spring: being outside, digging in the earth, weekend-gardening and actually learning a lot about how to change our already organic way of living into a real harmonious and reciprocal co-existence with nature and animals, way beyond sustainability.
We’re deep into permaculture, at home and in the school, with family, professionals from around the world and with the community: https://ecolevivante.wordpress.com/category/permaculture-vivante/
Happy spring to you and yours!
The three ethical principles of Permaculture are as follows:
The Permaculture ethics compel us to take personal responsibility for our actions. We can either “choose to be part of the problem or part of the solution”, the choice is ours!
Twelve Permaculture design principles articulated by David Holmgren in his Permaculture: Principles and Pathways Beyond Sustainability:
Literature: Sepp Holzer, Masanobu Fukuoka, Bill Mollison
and more detailed articles on change from organic gardening to Permaculture:
and on Islam and Permaculture:
Ask yourself every day, “what is no longer serving me?”
Identify the thoughts, habits, routines, actions and people in your life that no longer encourage you to grow. Disengage from empty distractions and remove negativity from your life wherever possible in order to create space to move in the direction that you truly desire. …
You can change at any point in your life. You do not have to explain anything to anyone. If you know there’s areas that need improvement make it happen. Don’t allow anyone to hold you back from change.