Free-Range Living

What is Free-Range Living?

'Freerange' living might perhaps be described as the individual(s) aiming to lead an 'independent' style of life, thinking and deciding for themselves, determining their own values, along with aiming to live life in a naturally self and socially responsible manner.

Entries for month: March 2021

Meaningful Life - the Freerange Way -----

March 12, 2021 ·

Struggles with commercialist culture continue, the latest being assigened to a large energy company due to the smaller outfit going out of business, to then receive the strong message from the new supplier that it didn't want queries from individuals, This was backed up by the fact that it was exceedingly difficult to contact them, so the customer problem remained unsolved, only to find resolution by moving to another supplier, the motivation to do so not being too hard to find by this time ---- 

Some early produce such as early potatoes and onion sets went in the ground late February, to be then covered for protection. Early sown seeds in warmth such as tomatoes, celery, lettuce and onions have germinated well, and the ground cleared, ready 'to go' --- another season to look forward too, a useful part in itsef of finding authentic meaning in life - ?

The individual, whilst being miniscule small in terms of the 'mainstream cultural flow' of things, is yet important at the individual level, in terms of finding 'life meaning', and there seems to be an increasing sense that the individual level, whilst superficially appearing to be 'socially unimportant' due to, say, lack of power,  is where full human development and fulfillment is found, then making the individual yet important to the establishment of good, productive societies - ?

Either way, the level of vision people can have relating to the individual and her/his harvest of life meaning and satisfaction, can likely in itself affect such a harvest, and so 'individual philosophy' (eg. 'freerange living' ) can be yet relevant and important ------ 

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