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Originally posted by LightBenderKev
That was most eloquently delivered. Very nicely done! Like a sooth-sayer!
Your words, indicate a genuine concern for others. That's a good quality to have in these times. Thank you for showing me the error of ways, however indirect and/or unintentional.
I will stay grounded...
~~--~~Outward Change Begins Within~~--~~
Originally posted by oneclickaway
Well, that really is not true, is it? There are many places where there is no abundance but indeed a scarcity of plants and bushes that would or could provide free food.
Originally posted by TeddiRevolution
So when does the world end, that's what I'm waiting for. Of course there is nothing to fear, we live in America.
Originally posted by Pocky
OP I appreciate you trying to give people hope, but I have to tell you...
YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW THE WORLD REALLY WORKS. IF YOU DID YOU WOULD NOT SLEEP AT NIGHT.
You claim you know all conspiracies and that this seems to be your conclusion, I highly doubt it, because if you knew what i know now, you definitely would understand that these things are not possible, with the structure that has been set up, there is no way that the people on this planet will be free if they don't ever wake up and start fighting the people who have infiltrated virtually every valuable institution in our history for the purpose of Eugenics and Population control.
Where maybe in your area free shelter is a stretch. How about still using some money you save up over 2-5 years to build your house and pay for the land instead of buying a house outright and going into 20-30 years of debt?
Money makes everything easier, get a job if you can and use the money to build and buy the things you need to make this a reality. However at the fundamental basics, it's not required. The universe provides it for free. These are not opinions, these are SCIENTIFIC FACTS.
Originally posted by Wallachian
reply to post by gazerstar
That would be actually nice, but unfortunately my apartment in Berlin does not get enough light. I have plants, but mostly plants that prefer shadow. And in winter it's even worse...
My parents who live in Romania have a city garden and tried two years in a row to grow some tomatoes and potatoes and so, but even with all the watering and care they suffered a slow painful death. Apparently tomatoes don't agree much with 40 degrees Celsius and full sun all day long.
So you see, it's really not that easy.
Take away everything you have and you can move by foot and restablish yourself. This is the same thing that happens with very wealthy people who lose everything. Many of them lose everything and find a way to eventually become wealthy again. Wealthy twice, how is that possible if some can't even become wealthy once? The reality is they've understood the principles, that wealth is creativity, they create! Create 20-100 easy to do things (that you find easy to do) over the next 2 years and see how it changes your life!
[edit on 29-10-2009 by Colopatiron]
Tomatoes like a lot of nitrogen. Both tomatoes and potatoes seem to thrive in moderate pH soils. You can reduce soil acidity by mixing in a small amount of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate).
Oh, and you can grow tomatoes upside down in pots, which makes them perfect for hanging indoor plants. if you are interested, u2u me and I will try to get you some information on this technique.
Originally posted by gazerstar
This is the same thing that happens with very wealthy people who lose everything. Many of them lose everything and find a way to eventually become wealthy again. Wealthy twice, how is that possible if some can't even become wealthy once? The reality is they've understood the principles, that wealth is creativity, they create! Create 20-100 easy to do things (that you find easy to do) over the next 2 years and see how it changes your life!
Originally posted by gazerstar
I'd like to add that my FIL swears by lime. He puts lime down every year before he plants his garden. He says that it balances the PH. I didn't do that this year, but I'm going to try it next year to see if I can tell a difference. He always has nice, big tomatoes and enough to put up and can.