To Create Food that is Truly"Organic" and Make it Widely Available is a Massive Undertaking!
What is "organic"? If you or I listen to discussions among farmers or organic food partisans at meetings, on LinkedIn, or other forums. we hear a cacophony of voices--pleading, disgusted, exuberant. But we hear little clarity or agreement.
Why? Because few of us have a clear notion or agreement as to what living beings require to keep them healthy. Books, researchers, doctors, corporations and their marketeers, promote thousands of answers. How many and which ring true? Who really knows.
Besides these promotions, we face or contend with innumerable laws pertaining to food, to an individual's health, or to public health--whether promulgated with the best of intentions or with hidden agendas.
Our Civilization is Complex--So is the Solution to What is "Organic"?
To conceive and develop a culture in which citizens grasp the essence of what makes food "organic" and why that has value, requires that we transform how we think, feel, and act as a society.
How we think (spiritually), how we feel what's right or wrong (legally), and how we behave (socially) require transformation!
We Can Only Begin, Where We are!
That's why I've begun this blog. That's why I'm developing an organic food communication service to link Consumers and Providers in down-to-earth, daily, practical ways. I'd like to hear from you--what you think of it. I know only too well that participants will ask, "How do we know what I buy is organic?"
We're going to have to rely on sellers and their declared certification. Only they and God will know how "organic" their products are. Please see: www.icontrolcommunications.com