It’s A Wide, Wide World (Again)

by | May 15, 2008

Chris Corrigan of Bowen Island, British Columbia, makes a great point about the world becoming large again (and what our response might be).

When airline travel becomes prohibitive and fuel costs make transporting goods too expensive, the world will begin to unshrink, find its real size again. And in that moment, I had a strong image of the world uncrumpling and in the folds and cracks, new local creativity, food, sustenance, culture and life will unfold.

It makes sense to take a stand for a place now. To have a place where you can contribute to the local resources and the local life.