Title, La revolución de una brizna de paja: una introducción a la agricultura natural. Author, Masanobu Fukuoka. Publisher, EcoHabitar V.S., S.L., La revolución de una brizna de paja: una introducción a la agricultura natural: Masanobu Fukuoka: : Books. Results 1 – 23 of 23 Discover Book Depository’s huge selection of Masanobu-Fukuoka books La revoluciÃ³n de una brizna de paja: una introducciÃ³n a la.
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A la vida material y a la dieta se les debe dar un lugar simple. Cepillando el polvo mirando a las deslustradas tenues letras, pude llegar a leer docenas de fukuokz haiku. Algunos de los versos deben tener varios siglos. Preocuparse por hacer dinero, expandir, desarrollar, hacer cultivos comerciales y venderlos, no es el camino del agricultor.
Extravagance of desire is the fundamental cause which has led the world into its present predicament.
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It has only served to separate man from nature. Humanity must stop indulging the desire for material possessions and personal gain and move instead toward spiritual awareness.
Agriculture must change from large mechanical operations to small farms attached only to life itself. Material life and diet should be given a simple place. If this is done, work becomes pleasant, fukhoka spiritual breathing space fukuola plentiful.
The more the farmer increases the scale of his operation, the more his body and spirit are dissipated and the further he falls away from a spiritually satisfying life.
A life of small-scale farming may appear to be primitive, but in living such a life, it becomes possible to contemplate the Great Way [the path of spiritual refolucin which involves attentiveness to and care for the ordinary activities of daily life].
There is no time in modern agriculture for a farmer to write a poem or compose a song. The other day I was surprised to notice, while I was cleaning the little village shrine, that there were some plaques hanging on the wall.
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Brushing off the dust and looking at the dim and faded letters, I could make out dozens of haiku poems. Even in a little village such as this, twenty or thirty people had composed haiku and presented them as offerings. That is how much open space people had in their lives in the old days. Some of the verses must have been several centuries old.
Since it was that long ago they were probably materially poor farmers, but they still had leisure to write haiku. Now there is no one in this village with enough time to write poetry. During the cold winter months, only a few villagers can find the time to sneak out for a day reolucin two to go after rabbits.
This is what I mean when I say that agriculture has become poor and weak spiritually; it is concerning itself only with material development. Lao Tzu, the Taoist sage, revooucin that a whole and decent life can be lived in a small village. To be worried about making money, expanding, developing, growing cash crops and shipping them out is not the way of the farmer.
To be here, caring for a small field, revokucin full possession of the freedom and plentitude of each day, every day-this must have been the original way of agriculture. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
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La revoluciÃ³n de una brizna de paja : una introducciÃ³n a la agricultura natural
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