Uncivilization

Healing Road

Many people dream of unplugging from the dependency of conventional energy and water systems. This month we had two reminders of why we seek a better way to live – even if it seems like a distant goal at the moment.

I know it’s no sin to trim a tree, but our oldest and favorite tree lost a very large portion of its mass when power company crews came to trim trees back from power lines.  I am glad I did not know how much they intended to remove or I may have made a fool of myself trying to be a human shield.  This tree means so much to me, and has been a source of calming comfort in the hard years since we moved into this house.  I love to relax in the back yard and contemplate all that has transpired since it first sprouted, at least 200 years ago.  I always wished I could hear the…

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