Thanks, Gavin, for sharing this video link with us.
Having 2 boys in their 20's makes this very relevant to me. Young adults today will not take no for an answer, no matter who their leaders are, and they will strive for change. After all, isn't change what everyone wants these days? In my last post I commented on how so much of our lives these days is focused on change. Why then can't our so-called leaders come to grips with the changes we all need instead of remaining focused on keeping things the same? It is so ironic.
.........So those people who say it can't be done should get out of the way of people already doing it....our future will not be written for us, but by us........
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And here are their younger brothers and sisters doing their bit too.... growing, cooking and eating gourmet food at Primary School.... this little video clip that Maggie put on a few days ago is fabulous. Of course I knew about this scheme but it is so much more powerful when you watch it happening right here, in Australia. Primary school kids cooking fennel risotto, cabbage and potato fillo pie and a leafy salad with crutons, for the Australian Minister of Education.....all from vegetables they have grown at school.... how good is that!!