When i first started posting on Facebook, I was using it as a kind of diary, where I simply shared what I was doing with anyone who may be interested. If I managed to gain 20 likes I felt as thoigh maybe there was some interst in what I had to say, and so I kept on posting.
Over time those folks who showed the occasional interest in what I was posting started to become regular followers. This was exciting! After all these years of feeling like a voice in the desert, people were not only willing to listen to me, but they actually shared my values.
Like ripples in a pond I found my words moving outward gaining more and more interest over an ever broader area, until it became apparent that I had somehow tapped into a vital nature based community who, not only want to learn from my shared experiences and who teach from their own, so that we all become teachers and students in an environment of support and friendliness.
Now that we have come this far together, I don't want to let it go. In fact I want to help grow the community and to provide a hub for sharing our ideas and and passions. That is the main objective of this forum.