posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 12:42 PM
reply to post by ThirdRock69
Without targeting Monsanto, my family already avoids every company on the list in the OP. Occasionally we are forced to buy Arrowhead Mills products,
but that is due to certain rare circumstances. I will alert my wife to this info.
Nevertheless, I wanted to point out that it is not practically impossible. It does take a concerted effort, but that effort should be prioritized. A
society that does not value what it eats is an unhealthy society. I would not suggest worshiping food as the ancients did, but there is something to
be learned from the respect and understanding they had regarding what they consumed.
Ultimately we all fight for something. So then, fight for those things which you wish to see continue on into the next generations. Our children are
not just "our future," they are specifically the next versions of ourselves. Our neighbors are not just our neighbors, they are alternate versions
With so much time spent "online," whether that be for business or entertainment, and whether that be on the internet or in "lala land," we must
prioritize that which effects our "base camp" or else our home away from "Home" will be swallowed up entirely. And if this world is your home, at
least be considerate of those who live spiritually minded by keeping society "close to the ground."