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    I used to give out that book to family and friends. I've bought about six of them over the years.

    Wish it was possible to rent land here. Imagine, we are the only animal on the planet that agrees to 'stay off the grass' and erects fences to keep nature out. We also agree to beginning life as a pauper, with no rights to roam free and create as the whim of the moment might inspire. Instead we agree to a mountain of indebtedness that we will take a lifetime servicing as we climb and climb and climb a slope that never stops growing ahead of us - forever in survival mode and bereft of a virtuous cause.

    There is so much land and yet we all struggle to live atop one another by the millions.

    Your plan is like a breath of fresh air!
    Counter to our sovereign hope we're enthralled in mind by empty rote of frozen thoughts like knots in rope.

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    Yes, out western society is very detached from Nature, sadly. If I lived in Canada (or places where you can't rent land like I did), I would try to find lands which are not being used for any purpose, and then find the owner(s). I don't know how the situation in the rest of the world is, but where I live, there's lots of meadows and semi-forest areas (once those were all meadows, now overgrown by blackberries and fast growing trees like Robinia pseudoacacia. Quite a pain in the ass to remove all that unnecessary plants and start making something useful out of the place. But it can be done.
    You might find old people with lots of land, which they cannot care for. They might rent out the land. The options are there, we just have to find them!

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