Sunday, December 11, 2011

Interconnectedness and new life in a country garden

Two of the great lessons of the universe are interconnectedness with other humans, other species, and the planet itself; and care for each other, the species around us, and the planet that sustains us.  Waste, neglect, and thoughtlessness work against these universal themes.

The story of Mrs Gray's Garden is a simple one. It's basic appeal is one of interconnection in an Australian regional city, Wodonga - which, with its Twin City, Albury, straddles the Victorian-New South Wales Border and the mighty Murray River.  It shows how resources lying dormant, neglected or wasted can be reclaimed and put into service.  Mrs Gray's Garden, it is hoped, will become just one of many which will thoughtfully establish interconnectedness and contribute to the needs and the well-being of the communities in which they are situated. 

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