Plukrijp Newsletter – 2021 week 38

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2021 – week 38

Upside down = instead of announcing what we plan to do
(& most often find out we do not need to do), we relate what we really did

Building communities of trust is fundamental
to healing our collective wound.
At Plukrijp, we offer spaces of transparency and solidarity.
The community allows people to encounter each other
in truth and so develop trust.
We do the garden for YOU
Plukrijp functions on your frequent visits & harvests. Take along for friends & neighbours, this way we recreate real networks between us all, breaking down the illusory restrictions that now still separate many of us from our fellow man = UBUNTU.
The updated list of vegetables & fruit that can be harvested this week is available on our website under the heading “Current Harvest” :
If you want to volunteer at Plukrijp,
feel free to send your request to

This week @ Plukrijp
We did:

Continue the cleaning, clearing, structuring and cataloging of all our storage place and the workshop

Received a load of hay that we spread in the chicken coup


Trimmed the hedges at the front of the property

Harvested rose hip for… jam? juice? ideas?

Harvested basil and mint to dry and continued drying and storing the many smells of summer for the coming days of darkness and cold


Celebrated the autumn equinox with a beautiful blackberry and pumpkin pie made by Jojo


Harvested the first pumpkins and parsnips and harvested leek, carrots and tomatoes


Went through the closed tunnels and gave the grape vines a good trimming, cut back the tomatoes, cleared and weeded the sides and seeded mustard in tunnel 4

Interesting Movies & Documentaries

Addicted to Hope


I am not the product of a man and a woman

coming together and making a mistake.

There is something in me much bigger than that.

Hope is the magic carpet that transports us

from the present moment into the realm of infinite possibilities.”

– H. Jackson Brown, Jr

Facing it – a little masterpiece!


Navigating a pub, Shaun’s anxieties are (quite literally) plastered on his face…

Australian Atomic Confessions

Sacrificial Lambs on the High Alter of Science

Australian servicemen and nomadic Aboriginals reveal the devastating effects of atomic weapons testing carried out in Australia by the British during the 1950s. For the first time, members of the Royal Australian Army, Air Force and Navy describe former top secret aspects of those tests.

History of the entire world, i guess

The School of Life – History: Islamic Gardens

Lenny Official Trailer – Dustin Hoffman Movie (1974) HD

Lenny is a 1974 American biographical drama film about the comedian Lenny Bruce. The film jumps between various sections of Bruce’s life, including scenes of when he was in his prime and the burned-out, strung-out performer who, in the twilight of his life, used his nightclub act to pour out his personal frustrations. We watch as up-and-coming Bruce courts his “Shiksa goddess”, a stripper named Honey. With family responsibilities, Lenny is encouraged to do a “safe” act, but he cannot do it. Constantly in trouble for flouting obscenity laws, Lenny develops a near-messianic complex which fuels both his comedy genius and his talent for self-destruction. Worn out by a lifetime of tilting at establishment windmills, Lenny Bruce dies of a morphine overdose in 1966.

A life devoted to creativity and childhood . Arno & André Stern


Do city children, desert nomads, and those who live in the jungle or savannah paint the same things? The answer is yes. There is a common “organic memory” which manifests itself through the game of painting and Formulation, a term proposed by researcher Arno Stern to define the return to spontaneity and the primitive and authentic state of childhood. In this video, the researcher Arno Stern and his son, André Stern, reflect on childhood without textbooks, without subjects and without timetables, full of experiences outside school and based on a principle: “I loves you because you are as you are ”.

Arno Stern’s childhood was marked by the threat of Hitler’s rise to Germany, flight, hunger and World War II. He and his parents survived in a labor camp in Switzerland, which served as a school, college and high school. “Before, I thought the war kept me from going to school, today I think it saved me from school,” recalls Stern, who, years later, has decided not to send her children to school in order to respect the “rhythms and rituals of childhood”.


Arno Stern is the creator of Formulation, a theory which defends the idea that the human being shares one and the same universal “organic memory”, which manifests itself through the “game of painting”, by painting in the open air. spontaneous.

Inspiring Links

We have a favor to ask…

As you already know, thanks to your enthusiastic response, the movie has already been seen by over 4 million people worldwide and we feel, as many of you have told us, that TOGETHER we have a chance to take a step forward towards the trauma-informed society we envision.


There will be one final broadcast of the movie for this year, Oct 4‒10, along with an additional 17 new conversations with Dr. Gabor Maté, exploring how trauma relates to parenting, chronic pain, medical paradigm, climate crisis, politics, spirituality, and more.


New guest speakers will include Jewel, Ashley Judd, Bessel van der Kolk, MD, Jamie Lee Curtis, and many other amazing humans!

Help us reach more people by sharing the event with your friends and family:

Join me in watching the new Wisdom of Trauma Movie from October 4-10


By the way, thanks to your support we are currently working on bringing this film and this movement to all colleges, prisons, high schools, medical schools, mental health facilities, and everyone who needs it.


Thank you, thank you…

WiNDUP: Award-winning animated short film | Unity

Alan Watts – Stop Talking to Yourself





  • VAERS published 16,000+ deaths and 450,000+ adverse events, as of August 28, 2021

  • CDC fraud expert says that number of deaths is at least five times higher

  • 150,000 reports have been rejected or scrubbed by the VAERS system

  • The actual number of anaphylaxis is 50 to 120 times higher than claimed by the CDC

  • Vaccinated people who die within two weeks, are not listed as vaccine deaths

  • Moderna received over 300,000 reports of adverse events in only three months time

  • The Lazarus Report shows that only 1% of adverse events is being reported by the public

  • The majority of the population is not aware of the existence of systems where they can report vaccine adverse events

  • Agressive censorship and propaganda told the public that adverse events are rare, causing people to not understand how their health problems stem from past injections

  • The shaming and blaming of medical professionals who say anything against the vaccines, cause many in the medical community to avoid reporting adverse events

  • The fear of being held accountable after administering an injection that killed or disabled patients, further prevents medical personel from reporting it

  • Having accepted financial incentives to promote, and administer the covid vaccines, also stops medical personel from reporting adverse events

  • Profit driven vaccine manufacturers have every reason not to report the destruction their untested experimental products are causing

  • 200,000+ Facebook users comment about vaccine deatths and serious injuries

Inspiring Book

How does collective trauma get created, passed through generations and retriggered? How is the exploration of collective trauma at the leading edge of healing? Why should we as a society start to bring more awareness to collective trauma? How do we increase the capacities of individuals and groups to heal the collective trauma of our time?

“Thomas Hübl’s exploration of collective trauma strikes at a core issue confronting our modern civilization.”

~ Gabor Maté

Inspiring Text

The Kinks – 20th Century Man

This is the age of machinery,

A mechanical nightmare,

The wonderful world of technology,

Napalm, hydrogen bombs, biological warfare,


This is the twentieth century,

But too much aggravation

It’s the age of insanity,

What has become of the green pleasant fields of Jerusalem.


Ain’t got no ambition, I’m just disillusioned

I’m a twentieth century man but I don’t wanna be here.

My mama said she can’t understand me

She can’t see my motivation

Just give me some security,

I’m a paranoid schizoid product of the twentieth century.


You keep all your smart modern writers

Give me William Shakespeare

You keep all your smart modern painters

I’ll take Rembrandt, Titian, Da Vinci and Gainsborough,

Girl we gotta get out of here

We gotta find a solution

I’m a twentieth century man but I don’t want to die here.


I was born in a welfare state

Ruled by bureaucracy

Controlled by civil servants

And people dressed in grey

Got no privacy, got no liberty

Cos the twentieth century people

Took it all away from me.


Don’t wanna get myself shot down

By some trigger happy policeman,

Gotta keep a hold on my sanity

I’m a twentieth century man but I don’t wanna die here.


My mama says she can’t understand me

She can’t see my motivation

Ain’t got no security,

I’m a twentieth century man but I don’t wanna be here.


This is the twentieth century

But too much aggravation

This is the edge of insanity

I’m a twentieth century man but I don’t wanna be here.

Inspiring Music

Georges Brassens – Je me suis fait tout petit

Grateful Dead – Ripple


If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine

And my tunes were played on the harp unstrung,

Would you hear my voice come through the music?

Would you hold it near as it were your own?


It’s a hand-me-down, the thoughts are broken,

Perhaps they’re better left unsung.

I don’t know, don’t really care

Let there be songs to fill the air.


Ripple in still water,

When there is no pebble tossed,

Nor wind to blow.


Reach out your hand if your cup be empty,

If your cup is full may it be again,

Let it be known there is a fountain,

That was not made by the hands of men.


There is a road, no simple highway,

Between the dawn and the dark of night,

And if you go no one may follow,

That path is for your steps alone.


Ripple in still water,

When there is no pebble tossed,

Nor wind to blow.

You, who choose to lead, must follow

But if you fall you fall alone.

If you should stand then who’s to guide you?

If I knew the way I would take you home.

Humor (?)
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