Organic Farming – Potential For Life
The changes we have experienced since 2020 are beginning to show us answers for what we can do next with our life goals.
New Potentials For Work including Learning Organic Farming
Out of Chaos – Comes Order
So many questions about how we proceed with our lives have come up since the changes from 2020. As we move through this year of 2021, we are learning about how some people found answers to these problems. For those of us that are still wondering where to find the next best step, it is helpful to listen to people that have found answers to many of their questions, over the past few years. Some people felt the need to search for these answers earlier than others. These people can be considered Mentors, offering information for us to learn, through their experiences. The following video gives us a different perspective that opens new vistas of experience for some. Excellent interview.
Our old perceptions of graduating, going to college, and getting an office job is beginning to shatter. There are other alternatives for some to learn new, needed and valuable skills through, what I would call: “Adventure Learning”. We are seeing more ways of experiencing “Adventure Learning” when we learn more about our “Digital Nomads”, another new lifestyle change we are seeing grow in 202l. We don’t want to forget Workamper.com, great idea for retired people that love adventure. Life is a learning experience and travel is an education, in itself.
Expanding our minds to new options for work in our lives can bring new knowledge that we did not expect. Your discernment about the decisions you make should be your #1 focus when making your next choice. The world is changing. There are new perceptions about life and our choices.
As we move through these changing perceptions of “how life should be done”, listen carefully to what your heart is telling you. Remember, Life is always giving you lessons. Finding your own answers with balanced thought, is the best direction for you.
It is exciting to see needed changes, inspirational new ideas, and people listening to their heart. For many years, we have been taught to listen to others and follow the old directions. As our society is changing, the truth comes out. The old ways are not always adaptable to our newest needs. Adaptability includes seeing new, hopefully, better ways of finding solutions to our problems. Organic farming and community connections are essential part of living on this planet. Nature provides us with the resources we need and working with nature can bring more health to our planet’s living resources.
From The Website: WWOOF
“WWOOF is a cultural and educational program. Visitors, or ‘WWOOFers’, spend about half of each day helping out on a host farm, learn about the organic farming and sustainability, and receive free room and board during their visit – with no money exchanged between hosts and WWOOFers. WWOOFing is a way to learn practical farming skills, be part of the organic agriculture movement, and experience the heart of its culture.
The WWOOF-USA® host directory lists 1663 organic farms and gardens across the country. Any farm, community or garden project using organic methods that would like to participate in a cultural and educational exchange may join the program.
The program is open to anyone 18 years of age or older, regardless of experience. Membership is valid for one year year from the day it is purchased. We encourage all types of WWOOFers and hosts who would like to work together to strengthen sustainable agriculture to be a part of WWOOF-USA®.
WWOOF hosts offer a variety of educational opportunities, including growing fruits and vegetables, animal husbandry, beekeeping, renewable energy and construction projects, making value-added products like wool, fiber arts, wine, jam and jelly, and much more. There is something for everyone.”
The goal of this website is to help others find new work options that are more closely aligned with their hearts.
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