How can I be more effective? What am I good at? What do I like doing? What is the world in most need of? Why am I moving in the direction I’m moving? What other options are available to me? What are my highest aims? How can I better achieve my aims? What intentions do I sent for myself? In what ways can I be more intentional with my choices? What do I want most for myself? What do I want most for the world? How can I cultivate more compassion? What is the most effective thing I can do with my time? Am I being the most help to the greatest number of beings over the longest time with the least amount of effort?… and how do I be more so? Are my actions regenerative, degenerative or neutral? How can I make my neutral actions more regenerative and my degenerative actions more neutral? What are my ethics? How can I continue to refine my ethics? In what ways can I more fully embody my ethics? How do I avoid compromising my ethics for my aims?
Long Term Goals
Be the most help to the greatest number of beings over the longest time with the least amount of effort. Continually refine my ethics and skillfully incorporate them into my decision making process. Incorporate permaculture ethics and principles into all aspects of my life. Be the most effective catalyst for regenerative action I am capable of being. Increase the capacity for permaculture aid world wide. Increase the capacity, availability and credibility of permaculture education.
I envision a world of abundance, genuine love and deep compassion. I see permaculture, spiritual practice and nature emersion, as a path toward that vision. The Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design is one of the first steps along that path. Using the accreditation pathway to develop a cooperative organization that increases the capacity, availability and credibility of permaculture education allows my efforts to be shared and expanded upon, thereby benefiting the whole as well as the individual and sharing the surplus.