The Garden Itch

Jannie Vaught This is always the time of year when many gardeners have a serious case of “Garden Itch”. The waiting for official Spring is a waiting game. We are having high and low temps. One day is t-shirts and the next minute its layers and gloves. Still, the “Itch” to get planting is hard…

Truth or Falsity

By Stephan Pisko Mind cannot grasp ‘dead end truths’ that is a point of defining depths that fraction falsity a far more intriguing space that mind is familiar with over the decades and centuries of human history. When we say ‘mind’ we identify a ‘conditioned mainstream thought’ which spins it’s ‘defining truths’ like a wheel…

Spring Is On The Way

By Jannie Vaught The early young grasses are showing and the first Bee feeding blossoms the Dandelion are beginning to show. We in central Texas are in Grow Zone 8a with the last frost around mid-march. But my itch to get outside is seriously getting more bothersome by the day. I have learned the lesson…

Nature – Unity of Survival

By Stephan Pisko Nature has adapted to live together within a “unity of survival” human beings’ have not adapted in this way but in much more selfish ways’ greed created the “catastrophic clash” humans’ live together everyday for the pursuit purpose of “self wanting” thereby stimulating confrontation disharmony unnatural effort human beings’ live together within…

Snow And This And That

By Jannie Vaught A few of this and that, soil carbon indicators, minerals, and planting dates for zone 8A. We have had snow! Now that is a date to remember! With this comes questions about soil, planting times, and when to keep a weather eye out. Let’s look at soil organic matter in the soil.…

How To Help Pollinators This The Winter

By Jannie Vaught Yesterday afternoon I was enjoying a stroll through our back garden and now leafless fruit trees and I noticed that there were wild or feral bees going after some outdated fruit jam I had placed in a dish for the 4 chickens who live in my back garden area. They were eating…

Rates of Greed = Rates of Survival

By Stephan Pisko Greedy goblins survive because of human beings’ need for survival but could greedy gobbling actually serve a useful meaningful purpose besides selfish hoarding ? When greed is abstracted from power there almost exists a subtle reasonability to it love is greed also, but the sharing of it so greed minus selfish hoarding…