Waru Tales was created for my need to share the amazing stories of people that are living the change.
It's also a travel diary to share my experience and emotions going through this process.
The name came up from reading "Earth User's Guide to Permaculture, Morrow 1993" that refers to waru as an Australian aboriginal word for the complementary relationship between organisms. I tried to verify this in bibliography but I couldn't find any other source but that one. Regardless, the word Waru speaks wonderfully to me and it couldn't fit more perfectly.
I look for interesting (to say the least) people through tinder, oh no, sorry, workaway/woofing or even just bumping into them. They welcome me in their family and I stay for as long as I can.
We work together, we eat together and exchange stories, knowledge, expertise,
plant seeds and most importantly, energy.
Then I leave with an open promise of one day to come back.
None of us are good with goodbyes.
Bachelor in Biology
Msc in Pharmacognosy
Butt Smelling Expert
Silent Fart Killer
Speed Turtle Champion
Gets you places Eventually
I strive to become a better person every day by making an effort to be a solution to our problems.
I hope one day to sit under the cool shadow of a tall tree, that I helped plant years ago, sip bit of tsipouro accompanied by chilly peppers and good friends.
Until then, there's a lot a lot of work to be done!