Kizami and Other Gardening Practice
But then came the question of digging grubs out of the dirt and flinging them off to die somewhere on the pavement. Or swatting mosquitoes as I harvested the veggies. Or squishing Japanese beetles that wiped out the squash and beans. All that had to stop. Even mechanical means of keeping insects and rodents away had to be revisited, and then eliminated.
Encouraging others to grow their own wholesome food is, in my view, a form of Right Intention. There are so many good things to cultivating an organic food garden, and encouraging and showing others the way to do it benefits everyone, from human to animal to insect.