There is a synergy that exists between the emotional, physical, and spiritual areas of our life, and the environmental umbilicus that supports us. The question has to be asked… should we be outsourcing every area of our lives, every facet of our physical reality, and not expect the balance sheet to tip out of our favor?
This is the question posed today on Off the Grid Radio, where we’re pleased to have as our guest, Joel Salatin. Joel is a third generation farmer, a prolific writer whose books include You Can Farm, Salad Bar Beef, and his latest work, Folks, This Ain’t Normal: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World, and whose farm, Polyface Farm in Swope, Virginia, and agricultural methods were featured prominently in the documentary film, Food, Inc.View Text Transcription
In this episode:
• How being a good steward of your body means you take responsibility for what goes in it
• How our cultural snobbery toward hands-on work disconnects us from reality
• Instead of whining and viewing ourselves as victims, we need to assume the leadership position of our lives
• How we need to pass life skills on to the next generation
• And more…