Counterintuitive, but game-changing.

For whatever reason, the cards often fall in such a way that the deficiencies or excesses presented in one problem end up fitting like a perfect puzzle piece into corresponding respective excesses or deficiencies of a different problem.

That’s a central concept within regenerative agriculture paradigms like permaculture: one system’s detrimental and potentially damaging surplus output can be another system’s much needed, life-giving input.

This is connects potently with the idea of an abundance mentality.

If we know where to look or how to orient ourselves (our lifestyles, communities, supply-chains, et al.), we can start to see the greater truth:

There’s always more than enough.