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As Mother Earth Breathes A Sweet Sigh Of Relief, What Happens Next?
As the coronavirus continues to spread and the world watches on in shock at the rapid transformation that our global society is undergoing, many good people of the world are choosing to see the silver lining of the regeneration and, dare I say it or is it too soon, rebirth of the planet.
4 Ingredient Easy No-Bake Flatbread Recipe For Desperate Times.
As the coronavirus sweeps the globe, affecting life as we know it, we are in the midst of a bout of panic buying, where the shelves of our stores are being wiped clean of basic provisions.
What our Gardens Should Look Like After 2020
While we couldn’t have foreseen the exact circumstances that led to the current breakdown of society as we know it, I guess we all have been warned that this type of disaster could happen at any time.
6 Lessons From The Camino De Santiago For The Coronavirus Crisis.
The Camino de Santiago is a network of trails that run throughout Europe, all ending at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela.
Coronavirus. I'll Fight For Our Children. Will You Fight For Them Too?
For reasons unknown at the present time, the coronavirus that is sweeping the world is sparing our children. The most vulnerable of society; the elderly, the sick and the young, tend to be at most risk of viruses and illnesses that have affected our world in the past. While children can be infected, like healthy adults, the virus hasn’t claimed any children, as yet. The recovery rate is still 100 percent.
Coronavirus. We Need To Go Vegan Now.
I read a quote on Facebook this morning. Simple words yet a profound truth. "Coronavirus may not exist in a vegan world."
Magpie Culture. Coronavirus Has Shown Us For The Selfish Hoarders We Are.
We have a crisis of epic proportions on our hands. Humanity is under siege like never before. Our very ways of living are under threat.
Coronavirus. Why A "Waste Not, Want Not" Approach Will Help See Us Through The Crisis Ahead
In recent weeks, as the coronavirus has taken hold, and disrupted every aspect of our lives, it’s become clear that we must change our ways. The coronavirus was caused by the abuse of animals and humanity interfering with the natural world to satisfy our consumer and eating habits. We are at risk of further pandemics in the future for this reason.