"On some positions, cowardice asks the question, is it
And then expedience comes along and asks the question, is it
Vanity asks the question, is it popular?
Conscience asks the
question, is it right?"
-Martin Luther King, Jr.
"John Verin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 12/06/00 06:49AM
> Dealing with queries from my editor at New Age
Journal and would like your
> 1) WHY are most
community gardens in low-income neighborhoods??
> If they
Because there the people are landless,
and probably don't even own the place
they live in. It is the one thing they
can really call their own. Landless
but financially stable people have the
means to take trips and vacations to
places with nature.
garden is a place of self-expression coming from communities whose
least heard in our nation.
> 2) WHY are most community gardens in
large or largish cities?
Because the need for natural life is least
present and most needed there.
Because Nature is asking that we restore its
presence on its planet. Because
humans intrinsically need nature to cultivate
a connection to life, and
where there is none, those who intuitively know
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