Time for a little reader fun!
Turn Here Sweet Corn: Organic Farming Works Quiz
Roger Blobaum once told me there would only be twenty-nine questions that book talk audiences would ask and once I’d been asked them all book promotion would be a cinch.
Apparently I haven’t reached the magic number yet, as each time there is one question that surprises me and catches me without a thought out reply. At a recent Turn Here Sweet Corn book talk an audience member asked, “How do you keep from getting discouraged about climate change?”
I talked about not having expectations and then tacked on a short bit about organic systems sequestering 15-28% more carbon. But I wasn’t satisfied; it felt like an incomplete answer, and it has been turning in my mind ever since.
Taking Care Of Our Emotional Selves
It is important that we take care of our emotional selves as we work to care for and protect life. Sometimes we become narrowly focused on the magnitude of the problems and the force of the opposition, or we expect quick change. We forget to look for and notice the good and the progress, we become discouraged, or even [Read more…] about Realistic Optimism and Climate Change