“My life amounts to no more than one drop in a limitless ocean. Yet what is any ocean, but a multitude of drops?”
― David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas
In order to bring about effective change, we need a collective onslaught against old paradigms, ritualistic and religious beliefs that have been used to manipulate and enslave humankind with a disregard to other creatures and our environment. I educate myself and others while doing something practical to change the world. My lecture theatre is my lounge and sometimes my vegetable garden. I mostly educate myself but from time to time people cross my path and I have the opportunity to plant a seed so to speak. Sometimes I get to water it but mostly I hope that it will germinate and sprout a revolution.
MY RESISTANCE IS FERTILE
Starting my revolution from the ground up. Actually from below the ground if you take into account that Im making my own compost. I reused old coffee tins to collect all vegetable scraps and fruit peels and I collect grass clippings from neighbours. After a few weeks I have a heap of compost aka black gold aka ‘gun powder’ with which to arm my revolution.
I didnt know that purple cauliflower existed. Colonising my yard and my mind since December 2014
Cabbages looking awesome.
Every week a group of volunteers get together after spending the week getting donations of clothes and ingredients for a soup kitchen organised by Ephemera.org.za for Phumlani informal settlement in Lotus River Cape Town
Whenever TZMSA Cape Town has an event, we encourage attendees to bring along a donation for Ephemera’s Food share project. We create a master blend of veggie soup thats nutritious and wholesome. For R350 we make 70L of soup and serve approxiately 500g portions of soup plus 2 slices of bread to 100 people which amounts to R3,50 per portion and that includes the gas used for fuel
Next phase in our war strategy is to start vegetable gardens wherever there’s a piece of unused ground in Phumlani.
Does corruption work the same here in South Africa? Is it ok, if it is, then the majority dont have the money to bribe political parties and government. If it isn’t right then what can be done about it.
I think Buckminster Fuller said, ‘design a far superior system that renders the present system obsolete.
The Zeitgeist Movement Cape Town chapter will be hosting a Z-day event on Saturday 14 March 2015 at 4pm. We will be hosting a few speakers, covering topics on sustainability. Seating is limited so please send me an email to let me know if you will be joining us so that we can prepare if numbers exceed the available resources.
TZM Cape Town co ordinating team
address: 12 Polaris road Nerissa Estate Lansdowne Cape Town
GPS co ordinates: 33.994 S, 18.515 EGPS co ordinates: 33.994 S, 18.515 E
Current economic system is headed for collapse says Jeremy Rifkin. Photograph: Linda Nylind/Linda Nylind
At the very moment of its ultimate triumph, capitalism will experience the most exquisite of deaths.
This is the belief of political adviser and author Jeremy Rifkin, who argues the current economic system has become so successful at lowering the costs of production that it has created the very conditions for the destruction of the traditional vertically integrated corporation.
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I’ve only been back at work for a few days, but already I’m noticing that the more wholesome activities are quickly dropping out of my life: walking, exercising, reading, meditating, and extra writing.
You need to stop looking to man for leadership and get off your behind and become your own leader. The problem with looking to others for leadership is that you then have someone to blame when things go wrong whereas most people dont or wont blame themselves for their ignorance. Man is fallable and we always place an unjust, high expection on our fellow man. When he fails, then we are disappointed, not because he failed, that possibility is a reality, its because we expect him to do everything for us. Your knowledge affects me and my knowledge affects you. Your ignorance affects me and my ignorance affects you. We need to take responsibility for our own education and then those around us. With increased knowledge comes confidence and power and a simmering in your spirit. A fire will be ignited inside of you that will compel you to change and in so doing, change your environment which collectvely, ultimately changes the world.
I joined the Cape Town beach cleanup group at Eden on the Bay Saturday morning 7 June at 10 am. We were given gloves and a bag and asked to pick up any rubbish on the beach especially the plastic pieces like the little rings that are found at the bottom of plastic bottle caps. We were told that the birds eat this plastic and this results in their demise in some instances. Read more ›
Three Free tickets available for the screening of a documentary called Miners Shot Down by Rehad Desai produced by Uhuru Productions at Cinema Nouveau Waterfront Cape Town on Tuesday 27 May 2014. starts at 7pm email firstname.lastname@example.org
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