Sacred roots protests



We froze our tails off outside city council and sat through another 3 hours of bs inside in hopes the council would reconsider last weeks decision to rezone capes camp, the last undeveloped haven in town along the San Marcos river. I'll save my rant for other blogs, but in short it's another example of greed and big money bulldozing the concerns of the community and neglecting the stewardship of our planet that is necessary to ensure our own well being.
A sad day, but I feel that we are more inspired than ever to keep doing what we're doing and try to have some kind of positive impact. We may be powerless in politics, but we can still make our seeds grow, and as we progress, hopefully we can strip big money of its power by showing our fellow earthlings that we don't need it. The earth can provide.


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