Mixing business with pleasure.
My office plants.
I am managing director of a corporate, my office at the center of this pillar of capitalism is a table in the garden. The stereotypical office most people think of happens not to my thing, in front of me is Kevin, a spider, sitting patiently for dinner in the middle of a beautiful web. The corporate director usually has the benefit of a secretary to keep blood sucking parasites at bay, I have Kevin, this spider is great against mosquitoes.
Instead of the sounds of fax machines, photocopiers and cellphones, I have Pebbles meowing for a treat. Where there should be a drink vending machine is a bottle of water I share with this cat in her water bowl.
Every office has its romance, two pigeons in my office are doing it again in noisy fashion on top of the roof. I do not think there has been anywhere these pigeons have not indulged in x-rated liaisons in the garden, it is most distracting as I file accounts ready for the tax people.
In any office at the center of corporate capitalism you get visitors all day long. Amber the fox walks in, sniffs and then disappears into the bushes looking for a mouse.
In my opinion Monsanto is a serious threat to humanity and the environment.
This image is what I associate with Monsanto.
One word that I keep hearing about with growing alarm is Monsanto. People say that climate change, North Korea or al-Qaeda is a great threat to humanity, but few seem to associate a corporate agricultural giant as a threat.
Currently a small farmer in the USA is fighting Monsanto in the US courts involving patents on seeds, which has alarming consequences over food supply and genetic diversity.
I could rant and rave about Monsanto, but I shall keep this short and sweet. I recommend using search engines to explore what this Monsanto has been up to around the world, it may alarm you as it does me.
Posted in Nature, Sustainablity
Tagged agriculture, alarm, corporate, danger, death, food, food supply, gm, monsanto, patents, seeds, threat
Reality is what we make it.
Finding money on the ground is more about our state of mind than luck.
Since New Years Day I have found £2.59 on the ground as I walk around the streets of my home town of Colchester. Apparently Colchester people are getting careless and dropping their money. Without any effort of looking I observe a lost coin upon the ground as I walk along inviting me to adopt it as its new owner.
Opportunities like these lost coins happen to us all the time, we may say we were lucky, but it is because of our state of mind. I am highly observant, it is habit of mine to zone in on a lost coin on the ground, a sort of fun challenge that I seem to play on a subconscious level.
Lucky opportunities are all around us waiting to be seized, the question is do we see them? If we feel lucky, we believe success will come, then it is likely we will see the opportunities and thus benefit from what they will bring to us. Those of a negative disposition to life will blind themselves, their minds will filter out the positive opportunities in favour of the self-fulfilling negative reality they create.
Those with a positive outlook have a positive body language, which is conveyed to those around them, who reciprocate with positive responses. I gain a lot of business from recommendation, which is assisted because of a positive attitude to those who recommend me.
Sustainability Action 8 : supporting local independent shops
As consumers we have the power of choice to support sustainable businesses. Today I marked a simple beginning to support local independent businesses in Colchester by buying from them rather than large corporate chains. I today purchased a couple of bananas from a small local fruit and vegetable shop instead of going to a large retail corporate food store.
Posted in Sustainablity
Tagged bananas, coins, colchester, corporate, food, indpendent, local, luck, lucky, mind, negativity, opportunities, positive attitude, reality, retail, shop