Adrien (ex-nico239) wrote:
But strangely, I have the impression that it comes up against (the majority?) psychology, which finds it difficult to: accept non-work (we had explored the theological bases of this in the past) but also "dirt" ( to use the term of the video) that it generates and which is perverse because it affects not only the gardener but also those around him.
Shared garden when this is the case: in which this type of gardening is not always accepted
Even the spouse of the gardener who does not always see with a good eye this "brothel" far from the images of Épinal or the commonly accepted notions of "order"
Not to mention the neighborhood
It is even, as for many things elsewhere, a hell of a trap, this social pressure. I often witness "live" these differences in couples, for example, one finding it interesting, and the other not being able to accept this "mess"...
In my confs, there must be traces of my own testimony: at the beginning, we practiced a “vegetable divorce”. I threw green waste on the surface. My wife continued to compost... Convinced that it stank... Would attract rodents... Anyway, the "classic excuses"... It took a year... And one day, I see her throwing surface...
[Fortunately, I am stubborn and we have, in over thirty years, learned to discern what is fundamental divergence and what is not worth discussing further, each being free to do as they see fit without encroaching , without dominating, without "winning"... So, on the left, I swung. On the right, she composted. It was not a political difference, but chance that at that time the composters were on the right!]