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"A profound passage from an article about communal farming practices in Oaxaca, Mexico in the most recent issue of Permaculture Design magazine in which a conversation between an indigenous canapsino and visiting US environmentalist is recounted:
“You see, our life is based on the nosotros, on the ‘we’… on ‘us’ not on the yo, not on the ‘me.’ You in the North are afraid of the nosotros because you fear you will lose the yo, the ‘I,’ that unique all-important ‘me’ with all its potential for greatness - to stand out among others.
“Forgive me for perhaps being presumptuous, but you have lost the understanding that is in the nosotros that we really become our yo - who we really are… a ‘me’ that cannot exist without ye ‘us,’ the nosotros. Without the nosotros, we don’t exist, and if the nosotros ceases to exist, we die. That is what is happening to you, and it is trying to infect us too.”