Hi there, I am glad you stopped by this page amidst your busy schedule.
In case you don’t have time to read this whole page, it is about why I write this blog and how it can be of help to you. In a few words, this blog is about:
how one can improve his/ her quality of life
by living in tune with nature’s abundance & beauty
where all needs are provided with minimum effort,
through self-sustaining systems
However I urge you to read on, if you would like to further understand what this means and what’s in it for you.
As a result of how our economies and industries are structured around the TAKE -> MAKE -> WASTE paradigm, natural resources that took millions of years to create through complex natural phenomena are now being depleted over the last few decades. Important resources like fresh water, fertile lands, favourable climatic zones and fossil fuels are either disappearing or changing. Fast.
Apart from disrupting balance in nature, this is also making our lives costlier to live in terms of time, money and energy required to sustain our day-to-day activities.
This is no longer sustainable. In fact it never was in the first place.
If you are keen on living a better life, protecting your children’s future and restoring the natural balance, but not sure on what to do (or) where to start – Jump on board as I explore how this can be achieved through a set of self-sustaining systems.
In other words, I will be writing all my blog posts assuming that you are interested in one or more of the following:
- Improving the quality of your life with minimum effort
- Getting out of the ‘I must work today to survive’ mode
- Enhancing your immediate surrounding ecosystem
- Living in harmony with nature and its beauty
I believe designing self-sustaining systems can achieve all the above and more. I hope you do so too. Even if not for anything else, at least for the sake of ourselves and our children’s future.
If at all you wonder why I will be spending so much time learning and sharing – My goal is to live in the beauty and abundance of nature and help other people wanting a better life, re-connect with nature. As part of this journey of mine, I will be learning about self-sustaining systems and how to design them from other people who have created such a life for themselves.
As I do so it makes sense for me to share my experiences, breakdowns and breakthroughs. I hope it gives you a practical perspective of what works and possibly inspire you to take action as well.