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Month: January 2018

Low impact man

Low impact man

Being an international environmental legend, Steven was the first inspirational stop on our mission to the warm south. We met him in Gent were he does co-housing with several other households. Inviting ourselves, Steven received us very humbly, down to earth and truly hospitable, we appreciate it greatly! He wrote an interesting post (just like many of his other posts) where he refers to “active hope”: people actively participating in questioning the world of today and trying to change it…

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Unbelievably true!

Unbelievably true!

Catching up on my offline articles I came across 4 stories that I really wanted to share. Some people will find it sensational which it actually is but there is a lot more behind it, it’s truly worrisome… #1: I’m dreaming of a white desert. https://www.itv.com/news/2018-01-09/snow-stuns-in-sahara-desert/ For the third time in 40 years the Sahara has seen snowfall, with the second and third time in 2016 AND 2017. That’s a good thing for global warming deniers as they will definitely…

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What we learned by putting our life into a 40L backpack…

What we learned by putting our life into a 40L backpack…

When you have to put your life into a backpack, you realize how worthless many things are and how little you actually need. Through all the commercials and trends in daily society we are subliminally forced  to consume, to waste and learned to never think twice. By selecting the essentials for travelling we have truly experienced what it means to put your life into a 40L backpack… A wise man once told me to ask the right question that leads…

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