Douwe

Living in Norway, and has long been interested in the "bigger questions" of life. I combine this with an active attitude to see how we can make life with each other and for each other a bit easier and more beautiful. I myself have helped develop websites for a number of topics that from my point of view can significantly increase the survival of people. These are: ediblenederland.nl, permacultuurnederland.org, esperanto-jongeren.nl and human rights.org. My current tile wisdom: Do the best you can, with what you have, where you are :-)

How many of the 30 human rights do you know?

Update, May 2014, the website of Human Rights Netherlands - www.humanrights.org - undergo a transformation. The website has now been completely renewed and has been transferred to WordPress. The content has largely remained the same, see the videos below. However, a large number of articles have now been added about self-ownership, among other things. Hereby an invitation to everyone to take a look at the new site: www.humanrights.org, and may it help to make the Netherlands a bit more familiar with the 30 universal human rights!

In general, people in the Netherlands are not well acquainted with the human rights.

Perhaps a piece of education in the history of human rights and what these 30 human rights exactly entail is therefore not a superfluous luxury. First one Dutch subtitled short film about the history of human rights. What did it take to achieve human rights, what is the situation today and what does the future of human rights look like?


There are 30 different human rights that should in principle be in force in all 192 states that have signed the Declaration of Human Rights. These are all members of the UN. Unfortunately, human rights are just an appointment and not legally enforceable. Nevertheless, it helps enormously if the citizens of a country are familiar with their human rights, so that they can point this out to their government and each other if these rights are (un) knowingly violated. In the video player below 30 short films about the 30 human rights.


In conclusion, the answer Eleanor Roosevelt gave to the question where, according to her, human rights actually begin: “On every street corner, in every hamlet that is too small for a map. It is a matter for the individual, or the company where the individual works. These are the places where every man, woman and child wants to be treated equally, to be judged equally, to have equal opportunities. If these rights have no meaning in these places, they have nowhere. If people do not observe these rights on a small scale, we cannot expect improvement on a large scale. ”

More information:
www.humanrights.org - Dutch website about human rights
nl.humanrights.com - Makers of the above films, and they also offer a free teaching pack for teachers through their site
www.jvmr.nl - Support the Youth for Human Rights petition to have the 30 human rights included in education
www.udhr.org/history/question.htm - Frequently asked questions with answers about human rights

The man who stopped the desert

A wonderful documentary about how Yacouba Sawadogo stops the desert and makes the Sahel desert fertile again.

In Burkina Faso, the rapid desertification of the once fertile Sahelian plains caused droughts and ruined crops. The result: a massive exodus of villagers and famines that decimated the population. Remarkably, with his ingenious farming methods, an illiterate little farmer managed to do what experts failed: to stop desertification. This inspiring documentary tells the unique story of Yacouba Sawadogo, whose years of toil have changed the lives of thousands.

What Yacouba did next…

The solutions to the major environmental problems are there, they are fairly simple solutions. It is time to spread and apply these types of solutions on a large scale. Many of these practically implementable solutions can be found at Permaculture in the Netherlands.

Related items:
-) Website - www.1080films.co.uk/Yacoubamovie
-) Edible Netherlands; local, fresh and healthy food for everyone!
-) Gardening without private land
-) Healthy living soils
-) The herbal spiral
-) The easy vegetable garden
-) From lawn to vegetable garden
-) The neighborhood vegetable garden
-) The 10 benefits of community gardens
-) The edible woodland garden
-) Peer to peer seed and plant exchange network
-) Edible plants and mushrooms database
-) Permaculture, an introduction
-) Permaculture in the Dutch language area

-) Wageningen University, errand boy of the agricultural industry - Part I - Monsanto
-) Wageningen University, errand boy of the agricultural industry - Part II-A - Bee mortality
-) Wageningen University, errand boy of the agro-industry - Part II-B - Bee mortality
-) Wageningen University, errand boy of the agro-industry - Part II-C - Bee mortality
-) Wageningen University, errand boy of the agricultural industry - Part III - Dairy industry

Find out where your passion lies

What is really important in life now? According to a number of philosophies that I have come to know recently, what is really important is that people find out what they enjoy in life. Where their preferences and passions lie and that they can then organize their lives in such a way that they can mainly focus on what lies their natural interest.

For example, Bashar defines abundance as: do what you have to / want to do when you have to / want to do it. So it is purely to do with spending your time in a way that gives you pleasure and value.

Let us discuss a few notions and allow us to add a new perspective to some of the ideas we have been discussing in your awakening of consciousness. Let's begin with what you very often call The Big A: Abundance.

Abundance seems to be an issue that absorbs much of your attention and has seemed to absorb much of your attention for quite some time. Let's address the notions of abundance so you can understand attracting abundance into your life is quite a simple matter and does not have to be in any way the struggle you may have created it to be.

Many of you have been told that abundance is certain things, but is not other things. Many of you have become wrapped-up in the definitions that create abundance, or an apparent lack of it. Allow us to address the notion and make very clear in your understanding that it is only — ONLY — your definitions of abundance that prevent you from experiencing it in your lives. There is absolutely nothing inherent in the idea of abundance or the experience of abundance that is difficult to attain. Only your definitions of abundance make it seem to be beyond your reach.

Here comes another new definition. Are you paying attention? Alright.

Abundance is the ability to do what you need to do, when you need to do it. Period. “Hey, he didn't say anything about money. He left out money. What good is abundance without money? ” Well, what good is money without abundance? Again, allow yourself to understand the basic definition of abundance: the ability to do what you need to do, when you need to do it.

What's also interesting is that the philosophies also indicate that any experience people have in life is always valuable. Every experience gives people a learning experience and based on that experience people can reflect for themselves on whether that experience is something they prefer or not. If it does, people can start repeating the experience. If the experience is not preferable, people can look for new experiences.

There are, as it were, two different methods to find out where your personal interest and passion lie. Try to listen to yourself as best you can and to respect your own integrity and actually follow your highest passion. And otherwise simply gain a lot of experiences through trial and error, try to repeat positive experiences and also clarify negative experiences so that you can then look for other experiences.

I am curious to what extent readers here are in contact for themselves with their interests and passions and to what extent they follow them. Perhaps we can learn a little from each other in this process in order to become more clear for yourself what you prefer and what you do not prefer and how you can continue to steer your life towards what you do prefer.

Related articles and information: 
-) In the light of survival
-) Follow your interest (s) / passion (s) with integrity and without expectations
-) Website Abraham Hicks - Joy is the key

The Soil Food Web

A healthy soil full of living organisms is one of the most important factors for a healthy and productive permaculture system.

This beautiful documentary that is rightly overloaded with awards: Dirt! The Movie, shows in 80 minutes the importance of healthy soils and how you can take care of living and healthy soils yourself.

Actually, everyone should watch this documentary at least once. Beautifully crafted, inspiring and extremely educational. : D

 

Soil is a very important topic in permaculture, because it is the basis of all other life in your permaculture system.

If you don't take good care of the soil, you will never be able to set up a healthy system. But how do you take care of a soil? How do you restore a soil that does not contain bodemvoedselweb has more due to years of use of pesticides and fertilizers? And above all: what lives in a soil and what is the function of all those organisms?

You will get an answer to all those questions in The Soil Food Web, translation of the bestseller Teaming with Microbes. After reading this book you will know that all the little critters help. The book can be ordered, among other things at ClubGroen.

Smart gardeners know that the soil is anything but dead. Healthy soil is bursting with life - not just earthworms and insects, but an astonishing amount of bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms. The soil beneath our feet is a complex world full of organisms that through their interactions create a nourishing environment for plants.

With many thanks to Marc Siepman for the translation!

Marc also has an interesting site himself - Sense of Humus, where people can also find a lot of useful information about the importance of a healthy soil life and how you can achieve this practically. Check out the Humism course once!

After watching this movie and reading this book about the soil you will never look the same at the ground again.

Related Information:
-) Website Dirt! The Movie
-) The Soil Food Web - via ClubGroen
-) Website Marc Siepman - Sense of Humus
-) Free Humism Course

Related items:
-) Edible Netherlands; local, fresh and healthy food!
-) Gardening without private land
-) Healthy living soils
-) The herbal spiral
-) The easy vegetable garden
-) From lawn to vegetable garden
-) The neighborhood vegetable garden
-) The 10 benefits of community gardens
-) The edible woodland garden
-) Peer to peer seed and plant exchange network
-) Edible plants and mushrooms database
-) Permaculture, an introduction
-) View the freely downloadable Permaculture introductory course
-) Permaculture network in the Dutch language area

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Update – De Eetbare Bostuin

Edible woodland gardens are a popular part of it permaculture. By using different permaculture design principles, it is possible for anyone to design a forest full of edible and other beneficial plants.

Think of different layers of nut and fruit trees such as sweet chestnutswalnutsheart notes and Apple-, pear- and cherry trees. Below can be nut and fruit bushes such as hazel- and lambert nutsraspberriesblueberriesred and Black berries etc. In addition, edible climbers can grow in the trees, for example Japanese wineberryblackberryboysenberry or even one Siberian kiwi. Underneath or in clearings in the forest, vegetables, flowers and herbs can grow as spearmintwild garlic etc. And let's not forget the root vegetables like Jerusalem artichokes and yacon. And finally there are the bottom creepers such as strawberries and many members of the pumpkin family (Cucurbitaceae) that can crawl on the bottom.

The big advantage of an edible woodland garden is that all ecological niches are filled. As a result, the sun and the soil are optimally used by the different layers of useful plants and weeds are a much smaller problem. By growing different layers of food under each other, as in this system, the yield per square meter increases. Finally, with an edible forest garden you will have less maintenance in the long run because it is an ecosystem that is largely in balance, just like natural climax ecosystems. By cleverly applying permaculture design principles, you can create an edible forest with the resilience of a natural ecosystem. This benefits people and nature.

Here are two videos with guided tours through two edible woodland gardens. First, Martin Crawford with his Forest Garden. He has published an interesting book full of practical information about this with the title Creating a Forest Garden.

In addition, Robert Hart has one model for an Edible Woodland Garden established on approximately 500 square meters on his farm at Wenlock Edge in Shropshire, England. He indicates that this is just as possible in a normal city garden. He says, "My Woodland Garden Model is capable of allowing a family to enjoy predominantly self-growing and sustaining food for at least 7 months a year, and requires minimal care or processing." On this floor plan you can see how this woodland garden is arranged. In Forest Gardening with Robert Hart he explains the principles of the design of his woodland garden as he walks through it. An extensive book is partly based on this garden How to make a Forest Garden.

Ook in Nederland zijn er telkens meer initiatieven om particuliere maar ook publieke eetbare bostuinen aan te leggen.  Zo heeft www.foodforestry.nl zich hierin gespecialiseerd. Ze hebben in Nederland al een mooi aantal eetbare bostuinen weten helpen te ontwikkelen en aan te leggen. Moge er nog vele volgen.

Daarnaast hebben in Amsterdam een groep buurtbewoners het Sarphatipark onder handen genomen en een stuk eetbaarder gemaakt. In het bestaande park zijn o.a. notenbomen, fruitbomen en vele soorten fruitstruiken aangeplant. De photo report with short texts illustrate this nicely.

En bij voorkeur een fruit- of notenboom. :)

Is dit een welkome invulling van toekomstig openbaar groenbeheer van Nederland? Eetbare bostuinen in het beheer van de buurt die er het voordeel van hebben, ze kunnen genieten van de natuur en tegelijkertijd veel vers voedsel hieruit halen. Een win – win situatie voor de mens en de natuur door slim samen te werken aan de hand van de principes van permacultuur!

Bron van het artikel: Permaculture in the Netherlands

Related Information:
-) Website Food Forestry Nederland – www.foodforestry.nl

Related items:
-) Edible Netherlands; local, fresh and healthy food for everyone!
-) Gardening without private land
-) Healthy living soils
-) The herbal spiral
-) The easy vegetable garden
-) From lawn to vegetable garden
-) The neighborhood vegetable garden
-) The 10 benefits of community gardens
-) The edible woodland garden
-) Peer to peer seed and plant exchange network
-) Edible plants and mushrooms database
-) Permaculture, an introduction
-) Permaculture in the Dutch language area

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Internal authority and responsibility

For all those people who wonder, what will become of the world if we no longer believe in external authorities? The answer is that you then realize that you are your own authority and therefore you will have to do it yourself. What an annoying news, or maybe not… It is precisely by taking your own responsibility for your own life that people can once again become the creator of their own existence and start playing the game of life again from the only dignified position from which to play it is, your own position.

Responsability literally means the ability to respond. In short, being able to come up with a good response / answer.

For further explanation, watch this short film by Larken Rose, about 10 minutes with the appropriate title: But what will be done about…

For those who ask how problems will be handled, if there was no "government."

 

And Larken Rose also goes into this in the last part of his book from page 141 to the end of his book, here the beginning of that piece.

Part IV Life Without the Superstition

Nearly everyone can see at least some problems with the “government” he lives under, whether it be corruption, war-mongering, socialist redistribution, police state intrusions, or other oppressions. And many are desperate to fi nd a solution to such problems. So they vote for this or that candidate, support this or that political movement or party, lobby for or against this or that legislation, and almost always end up disappointed with the results. They can easily identify and complain about various problems, but an actual solution always eludes them.

The reason they are always disappointed is because the problem does not reside in the people called “government”: it resides in the minds of their victims. Tinkering with "government" cannot find a problem that does not come from "government." The dissatis fi ed voter fails to realize that it is his own view of reality, his own belief in “authority,” that is the root cause of most of society's problems. He believes that a ruling class is a natural, necessary, bene fi cial part of human society, and so all of his efforts focus on bickering over who should be in charge, and on what the power of “government” should be used for. When he thinks of “solutions,” he thinks inside the box of statism. As a result, he is powerless from the beginning. Begging masters to be nice, or asking for a new master, never leads to freedom. Instead, such behaviors are dear indicators that the person is not even free inside his own mind. And a man whose mind is not free will never be free in body. People are so accustomed to engaging in the cult rituals collectively referred to as “politics” (voting, lobbying, petitioning, campaigning, etc.) that any suggestion that they not bother participating in such pointless and impotent endeavors amounts, in their eyes, to suggesting that they "do nothing."

Because they view voting, whining and begging as the entire spectrum of possibilities open to them when it comes to “government,” they are unable to even comprehend anything that might actually accomplish freedom. So when a voluntaryist or anarchist explains both the problem and the way out of it, but without presenting a new candidate to vote for, a new political party to support, or some new movement or campaign to get behind-in other words, without proposing anything that coincides with the superstition (of "government" and "authority" <= the average statist will complain that no solutions were offered.

From their perspective, anyone who does not play the game of "politics," within the rules set down by the ruling class, is "doing nothing." They enthusiastically declare, "You have to participate!" They fail to realize that participating in the game created and controlled by tyrants is “doing nothing” nothing useful, at least. In truth, rather than some event needing to occur, or some particular thing needing to be done, the real solution-the only solution to the problems involving “government” -comes from not doing certain things, and from certain things not happening. In one sense, there is no positive, active solution to "government." The ultimate solution is negative and passive:

Stop advocating aggression against your neighbors. Stop engaging in rituals that condone the initiation of violence and reinforce the notion that some people have the right to rule. Stop thinking and speaking and acting in ways that reinforce the myth that normal people should be, and must be, beholden to some master, and should obey such a master rather than follow their own consciences.

And the following cartoon also clearly shows what a world without a ruling class could look like.

 

What do people think, are we able to devise and implement solutions ourselves. Are we able to shape our own life as we would like it to be?

Related articles and information:
-) Youtube channel Larken Rose
-) The Story of the Tiny Dot
-) The Non Aggression Principle
-) Larken Rose in the role of a Statist
-) King William's plantation
-) If you were king
-) Intensive human husbandry
-) Josie The Outlaw on self-ownership
-) Discussion of Voluntarism vs Authority
-) Lecture series on The Natural Law or The Real Law of Attraction by Mark Passio
-) The End of All Evil, a book by Jeremy Locke
-) The Most Dangerous (Super) Faith, a book by Larken Rose
-) In the light of survival
-) Bashar, follow your highest passion with integrity and without expectations

Also known in German as: Wir haben es nicht gewusst.
Unfortunately, morality and legality rarely match. This is because morality corresponds to freedom, while legality stems from laws, and laws are always the weapon of the ruling class to restrict the freedom of the people they oppress. So exactly the opposite of freedom or morality.

The Tiny Dot

An interesting video: The Tiny Dot.

A situation too weird for 99.999% of people to adequately explain.

 

 

And here an explanation behind the video from its maker Larken Rose:

 

What do people think of this movie The Tiny Dot and the explanation behind it by Larken Rose?

Related articles and information:
-) Youtube channel Larken Rose
-) The Story of the Tiny Dot
-) The Non Aggression Principle
-) Larken Rose in the role of a Statist
-) King William's plantation
-) If you were king
-) Intensive human husbandry
-) Josie The Outlaw on self-ownership
-) Discussion of Voluntarism vs Authority
-) Lecture series on The Natural Law or The Real Law of Attraction by Mark Passio
-) The End of All Evil, a book by Jeremy Locke
-) The Most Dangerous (Super) Faith, a book by Larken Rose
-) In the light of survival
-) Bashar, follow your highest passion with integrity and without expectations

Update – Tuinieren zonder eigen grond

Turn your outside wall into a garden.

Een update van dit artikel van de nieuwe versie van de Permacultuur Nederland website. Interessant voor al de mensen die dit jaar wellicht wat meer controle over hun eigen voedsel willen en een poging willen doen om dit zelf te gaan groeien maar geen beschikking over eigen grond hebben. 

Vanuit Eetbaar Nederland en de Permacultuur netwerken komt regelmatig de vraag naar voren hoe mensen kunnen tuinieren als ze geen eigen grond hebben. In dit artikel een poging tot een oplossing daarvoor.

Grow food in, on and around your home
Start as close to home as possible. It is most useful to grow food where you are, and if you have no soil of your own then think creatively. For example, start growing food in your own home. There are detailed instructions on how to do this window gardening in your own windowsill. And in addition to indoors, you may also be able to garden outside in places you had not thought of before. Can you for example start a garden on your balcony or on your roof? Or have you ever considered moving from make your exterior walls a garden? The more locally you can grow food, the easier it is. Also see the article: Gardening on flats and balconies from A to Z for indoors or outdoors.

Access to, and not possession of, is key
Suppose that people now behind their windows, on their outside walls and on their balconies and roofs and are already busy growing food, but still want to do more. Then remember that - possession of - is not important, but that - access to - is the key. There are a lot of people who have land but have no idea what to do with it. So you can see if there are people in the area with land that is not used and approach those people with the question if you can not make a deal with them, you want to grow food on their land and in exchange for access to their garden. for example, they get a certain part of the harvest. It may take some courage but it is purely a matter of bringing supply and demand together so take the plunge and ask. In Belgium, a website sharing gardens has been created especially for this purpose: www.tuindelen.be. In the Netherlands you can visit the website: www.spullendelen.nl or the facebook group gardens sharebut again simply taking the plunge and approaching people directly is by far the most effective. No you have and yes you can get as my wise parents always said. :)

Use public green space
If you already grow plenty of vegetables in your own home and have planted fruit trees and shrubs in your neighbor's yard and still want to do more, consider using the public green space nearby to grow food. You can do this legally by approaching the municipality and pointing them out the 10 benefits of community gardens:

1) Saving municipal costs
2) 'Pocket-sized parks'
3) Exercise
4) Improved diets
5) Food production
6) The urban ecosystem
7) Youth education
8) Cultural opportunities
9) The therapeutic effect of gardens
10) Crime prevention

Many municipalities will welcome you with open arms if you want to maintain a piece of public green space for yourself or with a group of people if you point out all these benefits to them. And you also kill 10 birds with one stone in addition to the fact that you now have the space to grow food in your own neighborhood. And take a look to be sure the network of Edible Netherlands because perhaps people in the neighborhood are already active in making local public green spaces edible. And also look up www.plukdestad.nl where you can find edible plants in public spaces, register them and possibly even start planting them yourself.

And if governments do not want to cooperate, you can always work even less legally in public green spaces. Crack a piece of land and / or enjoy Guerilla Gardening. In the Netherlands you will find tips on how and what about this on: www.guerrillagardeners.nl

Learn how to grow food through a volunteer organization
And finally there is the possibility to work with a farmer in the area. With the interenet, various organizations are now active that mediate between organic farmers and citizens, people can help in these places and learn how to grow healthy and fresh food and receive room and board in exchange for the work of four to five hours a day. of these people who help the farmer so much. Via WWOOF which stands for World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (www.wwoof.net), HelpX (www.HelpX.net) and Workaway (www.workaway.info), you can work on many projects in the Netherlands, Europe and even the whole world.

If you really want to do something, you will find a way to do it. If you don't really want it, you'll find an excuse.

So much for the tips first, if people have any good tips themselves, let us know in the comments!

Bron van het artikel: Permaculture in the Netherlands

Related items:
-) Edible Netherlands; local, fresh and healthy food for everyone!
-) Gardening without private land
-) Healthy living soils
-) The herbal spiral
-) The easy vegetable garden
-) From lawn to vegetable garden
-) The neighborhood vegetable garden
-) The 10 benefits of community gardens
-) The edible woodland garden
-) Peer to peer seed and plant exchange network
-) Edible plants and mushrooms database
-) Permaculture, an introduction
-) Permaculture in the Dutch language area

(On the internet, readers have the power! They determine what information goes around the world! You may not be aware of it, but if each reader sends a link to 3 interested people, it only takes 20 steps to reach 3,486,784,401 people! Do you want to see that happen? Use your power! This piece may be freely taken over by anyone on websites, blogs, or to forward to family, friends, acquaintances, colleagues, etc. Even the more people who know this, the better. Please include the source so people can delve further into it if they want.)

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The plantation of King Willem and Prime Minister Rutte

Another interesting video about how we were told that we no longer know slavery. A beautiful and enlightening video entitled: The Jones Plantation. Mr. Jones freed his slaves, or so he makes them believe. Through subtle use of words and successful rhetoric, he manages to convince most slaves of their newfound freedom. Watch how he gets this done.

 

One cannot change reality by changing the words you use to describe reality.
Look beneath the rhetoric, and glimpse the truth.

What do people think here, are we perhaps also at The Jones Plantation? Or in our case perhaps the plantation of King Willem and Prime Minister Rutte?

Related articles and information:
-) Youtube channel Larken Rose
-) The Story of the Tiny Dot
-) The Non Aggression Principle
-) Larken Rose in the role of a Statist
-) King William's plantation
-) If you were king
-) Intensive human husbandry
-) Josie The Outlaw on self-ownership
-) Discussion of Voluntarism vs Authority
-) Lecture series on The Natural Law or The Real Law of Attraction by Mark Passio
-) The End of All Evil, a book by Jeremy Locke
-) The Most Dangerous (Super) Faith, a book by Larken Rose
-) In the light of survival
-) Bashar, follow your highest passion with integrity and without expectations

If you were king

In this video it is clearly explained that no form of government based on having a ruling class, and therefore automatically having a ruling class, can produce desirable results. This also applies to a democracy in which a ruling class would be elected by the people.

However enlightened the (elected) rulers themselves may be and however good the intentions and intentions of that ruling class may be. Ultimately, a ruling class is always suppressive and oppressive because a ruling class can only survive by continuously initiating violence against the ruled class. A ruling class is constantly violating it Non-Aggression Principle, thereby making itself morally reprehensible by definition.

In this video - If You Were King - it is clearly explained which problems the (elected) ruling class always encounters.

 

What do people think, does the video forget something? Is there perhaps some way to be a ruler without having to initiate violence against the subjects?

Could you be a good king or queen?

Related articles and information:
-) Youtube channel Larken Rose
-) The Story of the Tiny Dot
-) The Non Aggression Principle
-) Larken Rose in the role of a Statist
-) King William's plantation
-) If you were king
-) Intensive human husbandry
-) Josie The Outlaw on self-ownership
-) Discussion of Voluntarism vs Authority
-) Lecture series on The Natural Law or The Real Law of Attraction by Mark Passio
-) The End of All Evil, a book by Jeremy Locke
-) The Most Dangerous (Super) Faith, a book by Larken Rose
-) In the light of survival
-) Bashar, follow your highest passion with integrity and without expectations

(On the internet, readers have the power! They determine what information goes around the world! You may not be aware of it, but if each reader sends a link to 3 interested people, it only takes 20 steps to reach 3,486,784,401 people! Do you want to see that happen? Use your power! This piece may be freely taken over by anyone on websites, blogs, or to forward to family, friends, acquaintances, colleagues, etc. Even the more people who know this, the better. Please include the source so people can delve further into it if they want.)

Does this idea appeal to you? Then spread it especially among your friends, family, colleagues, etc!
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