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Monday, February 28, 2022
"The menu is in Esperanto, but really do not be concerned, it is also in English and Japanese. The chef is an Esperanto speaker and silent advocate. On the restaurant’s walls are reproduction prints celebrating Esperanto congresses close to the globe dating back again to the transform of the 20th century. Even the recommendations on how to flush the toilet are in Esperanto."
Sunday, February 27, 2022
Saturday, February 26, 2022
The Earth For All
Veganism - Esperanto - Cooperation
The purpose of my blog is to promote a set of ideas that I believe would help make the world a more just and peaceful place. These ideas are veganism, the constructed language Esperanto, and an economic philosophy associated with the work of Henry George.
Although these four approaches might at first seem unrelated, I see them as part of a whole and would like people committed to one to consider the importance of the others. For example, I would like Esperantists to engage with the ethical ideas behind the vegan diet and I would encourage vegans to consider the benefits of joining the Esperanto movement.
Of course, some people would consider this all very Utopian and impossible, not something that serious people would waste their time about. But I have a different perspective, I have hope that progress is possible and that wild Utopian ideas of the past can become tomorrow’s reality.
I intend to post primarily in English, although there will be the occasional post or video in Esperanto. I also might stray occasionally and write about other topics that I hope would interest readers. My plan is to post two or three times a week.
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