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How Seeds of the 1970s Influence the Current Transition Times

Three seeds have lain in waiting

Dandelion Seeds. Picture: InspiredImages via Pixabay

What is happening at the moment? We all feel it. Our Earth is shifting rapidly. Our world is turned upside down. There’s chaos. There’s COVID. There’s fake news. There are kinds of people shouting their opinions into the ether. But none of it makes sense.




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Desiree Driesenaar

Desiree Driesenaar

Wild Writer. Life. Health. Freedom. And a good future with biomimicry. ✽

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