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Teaching through gardening

Nice thought from my favorite seed company:
John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds
School Gardening

School buses are back on the road and children are back in class. This is the perfect time to help your community’s schools create fall gardens and young garden wizards. Just because Labor Day has come and gone, it doesn’t mean that gardens are done for the season.

Gardens Help Grow Students
For some lucky students, going back to school also means going into the garden where their curious minds and busy hands can learn in exciting new ways. More and more schools are integrating gardening into their curriculum as a way to help kids learn about how to grow food and flowers, as well as history, other cultures, nutrition, the environment, hunger, economics, energy, math and even poetry.

One of the best things about garden-based learning programs is how they engage children on so many different levels: intellectual, emotional and social. Kids who have learned by doing come away with insights, confidence, practical knowledge and skills they can use for the rest of their lives.

Help for Depression or Lack of Focus

God’s gift of great life to us comes both in the miraclous and in the miracle of the natural world.

One the one side of the spectrum, our fleshly, worldly culture, we get hyperactivity and lack of focus and on the other hand, we get into lethargy and depression.

Check this out: http://www.cultureoflifestore.com/p435/Depression+Free+for+Life+by+Gabriel+Cousens+M.D./product_info.html

Gabriel Cousens is both an MD and a rabbi, although on the way modern side. You will find some ideas that will open your eyes and some that you will raise your eyebrows at. Have fun exploring!

Now, if lethargy and not feeling good enough to attack the problems of life, see:

Get the energy into you and the garbage out. Bro. Copeland and Dr. Colbert will inspire you in this broadcast.