@InvaderXan Your sory telling very good...
Dragonflys tend to have positive associations, and often represent good luck.
In the Japanese Buddhist festival of Bon, held when dragonfly populations peak, it is believed the dragonflies are the souls of the dead returning to the world of the living.
In the united states, there is a folk belief high flying dragonflys predict rain.
In England it was said they accompany snakes, and use their tails to sow the snake's wounds shut.
In sweden it is said if one lands on you, it is weighing the sins on your soul.
im not an economist or a leftist math/polisci person but
what if instead of using growth as a primary economic motive, we instead organized society around trying to provide and maintain
you'll obviously need to grow a new service, distribution method, or production line at some point, but there is a point where the growth starts either overtaking demand (at which point you have to manufacture artificial demand, in increasingly unethical ways), or growth becomes unethical in and of itself because it requires the deprivation and destruction of things we're trying to maintain
find that midpoint and ride it as best you can, instead of just blasting past it and letting the future clean up your externalities
I Love to Cook, Garden, Camp, Hike, Kayak and the Outdoors.
All about food, friends, cooking and community.