There’s something weird about money. Everyone scrambling for it. Money has caused fights and wars and corporate greed; just take a look around at the world we live in. Money is indeed a sketchy part of life and society. I enjoy having money, in fact, most folks that I know like to have money as well. It’s how we choose to spend that money that concerns me.
I want to encourage YOU to buy some organic vegetable SEED. Don’t get the wrong idea here, I’m not selling seeds. I’m selling a dream of clean, non-GMO food, grown by you for you. Buy seeds as an investment in your future, the future of food, and the future of mankind.
There’s something weird about food too. We all need it, and we all put something in our mouths to eat everyday, if we’re fortunate. What’s mind boggling for me is that we are actually allowing our food supply to be herded into a direction that is unnatural and extremely harmful to our planet. It’s gonna kill us off eventually. If the current trend of mono-cropping with chemical laden, genetically modified foods remains, we could very well eat the human race into extinction. That may sound extreme, but I bet the guys back in the 1600’s would not even believe that the Franken-produce we are eating today is actually food.
Money & Food
These two words together are pretty much what drives the world right now. We’ve got the 1%ers controlling the agrichemical corporations patenting seed and force feeding corn and soy along with their many by-products to the world, and then we’ve got the rest of us doing the best we can to feed ourselves. (If you’ve not researched the trickle down effect of that particular brand of greed and corruption, prepare to have your mind blown.) Want to learn more? Check out what got me started here.
The key to your future is very simply your ability to feed yourself. Imagine for a moment that you cannot go to the store to buy food. There aren’t any restaurants open, not even a bag of chips left at the corner store.
Now imagine you’re hungry, and so is your family. Those dollar bills don’t taste good, and you’re looking at a decent yard…of grass. You’re screwed, man. What do you imagine you would do in that scenario?
You can take very simple measures now to avoid a disaster later. Do some research on growing your own food. Start small. Buy some organic seed for foods that do well in your climate. Learn what you’re good at growing. Be creative when you prepare your harvest. Eat it. It’s such a simple solution for so many problems. If every American grew a portion of the food they consumed, think of the impact that would make on our economy. Fast and cheap food sounds so good in the moment. However, there are some far-reaching consequences that come along with those “value” meals.
Reading labels is great, eating food with NO label is better. Ready to grow? Post your questions in the comments.