Some recent conversations have me asking – is true sustainability possible? I mean – how long is a sustainable era or measure? Does growing potatoes in a filed sustainably mean you can grow them well & healthfully for 10 ears, 100 years, 20 generations?
And – what about that word anyway? Is it off-putting to other members of my community because they align the word with barefoot hippies, liberal, progressives or other “groups”?
Do I care?
What if I want to become more inclusive in my ability to interact in many colors of community relationships? If a word can put them off, should I fram eit differently to catch a good listening from diverse groups?
Not sure I have any answers, but I want to ask the questions.
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