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In the event that you missed the past three sections (or you just need a reminder), let me recap:

We the People have been renting our land in the Incorporated United States, which makes for a very unique and sensitive situation (to put it lightly) that places about the same emphasis on our commercial impact (our monetary worth to the corporation) as our carbon footprint (measurement of our environmental pollution).  We must stay in the Service Zone of the commercial impact measurement, whereas we are self sufficient, but not disengaged (Part 1 goes deeper).  In this zone we do not allow the governing party to take us for a spin, rather, we keep them at bay and they keep us at bay–it is a symbiotic relationship where each thrives and neither suffers.  The goal in the Service Zone is not to isolate ourselves from our government or to live ungoverned, but to adjust the government in a much more gentle method than a revolutionary war.  This government has set itself up for failure and it will fall, but we don’t have to fall with it.

Remember that we have a responsibility as individuals to take care of ourselves and doing so is difficult in today’s modified world.  We must make a conscious decision to live organically (Part 2 helps with this) and stick to our guns.  One of the best methods to live organically is to grow your own food and buy Non-GMO Project Verified products.  Remember to ease into this, as the adjustment can derail your efforts.

In order to reduce both our carbon footprint and our commercial impact, we must live for it–by that, I mean that we must make an effort.  One of the most extreme ways to instantly decrease both to nearly nothing is the Tiny House Movement.  In this movement, you decrease the stuff you buy (which decreases spending), sell unneeded stuff (which increases the immediate earnings), and move into a tiny living space (which decreases the amount of energy your home uses, which decreases both spending and your carbon footprint).  With today’s average salary, there is no real reason we can’t enjoy daily, at least a portion, of the true American Dream.  However, we need to drastically change the way we look at the world and change ours.  Stop spending money you don’t have on stuff you don’t need and start saving for a brighter tomorrow, which can actually be tomorrow, if you live in a tiny house and your spending is dramatically less (Part 3 expands on this).

The biggest lesson that you should learn from this series is, actually, a simple one: The biggest barrier that you have to green, natural, organic, simple, and rich living, is you.

The world makes itself what it is without your input, but you can make your world what you want it to be.  You can’t change the world, but you can start changing yours.

Have a simply organic day!

 


Next Post (Pending):

Fluoride: Control Yourself!

We all know that fluoride is good for your teeth.  But, did you know that it’s bad for your teeth? And, did you know that it was used by Hitler to control Germany’s population? And, did you also know that the US fluoridated their water in 1945, after the Nazi’s discovered fluoride’s population control benefits?


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