Harnessing the power of creativity and using it to help Mankind – well that’s what we always aim to do.

000254Do you think that everything in the World will sort itself out – without your help? If so, sit back and let others take the World where they want it to go. Enjoy their results.

If you feel that you need to do something about the World’s less favourable situations, roll up your sleeves and do it. If you need help, gather together as many supporters as you need, then tackle things.

Enough of my theory – time for your action.

If you think you know how best to ask for support, and you want to try getting my support for your aims, I’m easy to contact – have a go! You’re welcome.

However your ‘pitch’ for support lands with me, I’ll let you have my thoughts along with any ideas on how to better your approach – if it can be bettered.

Hey – if I like your pitch, I may become one of your supporters. If I really like your pitch, I’ll roll up my ‘sleeves’ and may input my creative energy to your project especially if I figure it will move Mankind towards ever greater balance with itself and our environment.

It takes great will-power, thus energy, to make progress – great stamina to keep progress going and good process management skills to steer progress.

May your focus and your horizon be ever within your reach.

And you may ask yourself, “How did we get here?”

And you may ask yourself, “Where did all this plastic waste come from?”
And you may ask yourself, “Where do I put my plastic waste?”
And you may tell yourself, “Away. Away. Outside my beautiful house”
And you may tell yourself, “Put it in a plastic bag inside a plastic box in a large plastic wheely bin”

In The HoBB Workshop this week, I’m building wooden boxes, renovating a wooden compost bin,  mulching card to mix in with the wormery, stacking tree branches to over-Winter insects, collecting leaves and, in selective places, adding a comfrey tea dressing to the soil to promote good Winter root growth.

Live the lifestyle that’s as future-proof as possible – note: the clamps in use to hold the wood are made from metal … and plastic. They’ll probably last a lifetime.