“The art of writing is the art of discovering what you believe.
Gustave Flaubert

We want you to share your stories, thoughts, projects, analysis, theories and news with us and each other. Permanent Culture Now is a project for all of us and a platform to the world for our ideas.

For thousands of years it has been the collective effort of people that has brought about social change, one individual can have powerful ideas and solutions, but without these ideas being passed and around put into practice they remain powerless.

Permanent Culture now is a project for people to engage with so that we can all share the new skills that are needed for a future world set against a background of peak resources and chaotic weather events caused by Climate change and consumer capitalism.

It is only by promoting and sharing these ideas far and wide that we are in with any sort of a chance of changing the direction of thoughts and actions of all of the people of the planet.

By sharing information and ideas through our mutual interaction we get to know each other online and offline, we have become a small but growing community who are trying to navigate towards a fair and ecologically sound future.

Even though the existence and development of this project was bought about and is perpetuated and maintained by myself and Mike we see the learning process as a two way thing.

So if you have something to share with us whether it is something that you do, make, or are involved with then please tell us about it in writing and we will put the piece up on our website, which in turn will add to the knowledge base that we are trying to develop, whilst at the same time generally promoting your project or idea to a wider audience who is then able to benefit from your experience.

We can also setup people with a word press account if you wanted to write for us regularly.

Contact us here if you are interested.

“It is by teaching that we teach ourselves, by relating that we observe, by affirming that we examine, by showing that we look, by writing that we think, by pumping that we draw water into the well.
Henri Frederic Amiel

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