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How To Save The World

Here is a thought from Masanobu Fukuoka’s The One-Straw Revolution, the great bible of do-nothing farming:
The more people do, the more society develops, the more problems arise.

The increasing isolation of nature, the exhuastion of resources, the uneasiness and disintegration of the human spirit, all have been brought about by humanity’s trying to accomplish something.

Originally there was no reason to progress, and nothing that had to be done.

We have come to the point at which there is no other way than to bring about a movement not to bring anything about.
Therefore to save the world, just do nothing.

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