Monday, February 8, 2010

Hannah's Lunchbox

Here is a new concept. It's about living on half so someone else can have another half. Would it be great if this concept were used to promote permacultue villages? Then people would have enough, instead of so many having too much and others not having anything.

4 comments:

Christine Baker said...

It's real nice to see that a few "haves" are willing to share.

Unfortunately, most wealthy couldn't care less and the efforts of those who want to help are more than eliminated by those who will never have enough money, gold, power and most of all, the ability to exterminate a large percentage of earth's population.

Anna said...

Yes, a young one. If only those Bankers who take such huge bonuses would find a way to share instead of their greed. I personally think that it might be a good idea to have a ceiling on wealth. How much does any one person need?

Ginger said...

Anna, once again you've found some great info to present on your blog. I can rarely watch video but for once, it actually worked on my crazy internet connection here at the RV park. Yes, there are wealthy who don't care, but for every one who doesn't care, there is another who does. I disagree with the previous commenter. Light is light, even if it's just a tiny stream, and no amount of darkness can put it out. Thanks for a posting this lovely video.

Anna said...

You are right, every bit of light or kindness has value. Sometimes we feel overwhelmed by what seems very great greed and unconcern in the face of misery but there are beams of light everywhere.