THE MORNING SHOW
Free Living: Nature Supplies So Much; You Can Never Consume It All
Ask yourself this question: What would you do if electricity, water, food, shelter, all of these were interrupted, not for a few hours but for a long period of time? Are you prepared and what can you do given your current state of preparedness?
Meet Garry Tibbo. He lives in suburbia, Toronto Canada where it snows in the winter. He doesn’t need a grocery store and he doesn’t depend on others for money. He healed his diseases. He is happy. He is the future.
Almost everything he eats comes from his little suburban property, and most of it’s not from his garden. Nature supplies it for free. In fact, it wasn’t until he started consuming wild plants and weeds that his serious “incurable” health problems started going away. He relied on his automotive shop for income, until one day he realized he didn’t have to be a slave to society when he started making money recycling unwanted things. This was 14 years ago. If the economy totally collapsed and there was no more electricity and grocery stores, Garry wouldn’t be affected one bit.
You’d think eating wild plants and recycling is a poverty lifestyle. Think again. Garry saved enough money to buy over seven hundred acres of beautiful land in the country, where nature supplies enough abundance to feed, supply and heal the health conditions of anyone.
garry tibbo and living off the land, really. march 19, 2015