Mullein, a “weed” whose seeds can lay dormant for over 100 years knows its purpose. These plants break up dry soil, their taproots mining nutrients that feed other plant life. Their tall seed heads produce 100,000 to 180,000 seeds, sustaining birds. Mullein live for 2 years, leaving behind mineral-rich matter. What about our purpose? Find out in today’s newsletter
You don’t want to miss it: we link to our latest Nonviolence Radio show, which features an interview with Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.