Irony at it’s best
Repost from @weedismatic
Gotta love the Mold. Hot stuff coming. (at Manhattan Agriculture)
Mars Retrograde still in effect. Keep it Cool (at MARS)
When the farmer takes a walk into the forest… #yunnankitchen (at Yunnan Kitchen)
50GAL (at 120 Jefferson Garden)
60. Limits and Connections
Limits are necessary to give purpose and direction to life. Swimming in a sea of boundless opportunity would soon lead to exhaustion. Winging it alone in a sky of boundless opportunity would lead to being lost. In human affairs, the making of choices, and alliances, implies limitation, for in choosing one path, another must be abandoned.
One key to a successful life is to select your limits consciously and carefully — to be discriminating in the setting of personal boundaries, but also knowing when to join in formation. Thrift, for example, often precedes prosperity, just as the letting go of selfish interests often leads to greater personal reward. Only by consciously accepting useful limits can one’s energy be channeled to good purpose, and lead to lasting accomplishment.
Point yourself toward a middle way, the mean between discipline and freedom of spirit. Limits will come of their own accord; but to be able to consciously select your own affiliations in life … now, that’s knowing how to fly! At the same time, do not go overboard on discipline. Even limitation must be limited, so that in attempting to bring order and direction into your life, you do not choke off vital sources of enthusiasm and spontaneity.
Similarly, in groups and organizations, the rules and regulations should strike a balance between being too strict and too soft. If too strict, they build frustration among people, and ultimately become destructive. If too lenient, sloppiness becomes acceptable, and energy is soon dissipated. The best path is one that allows for the fulfillment of individual potential, while encouraging self-discipline and focus. (at Pier Sixty)
USE IT. Make us money! (at Ubercab)
Another day in Slavelandia. SHUT UP & TAKE MY FIAT. (at Slave Factory)
Industrialist Henry Ford on hemp:
“Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields?” DUH
(at Mary Jane Hemp Foods)