I hope you are well as we go into tomorrow's hot weather (predicted for London, Ont. here: 34 celcius).
I was just on the USC Canada website, and it referred to an interview Vandana Shiva gave to Bill Moyer:
You'll likely want to read the entire interview, but I just wanted to post her initial answer to his question of what keeps her going (knowing the big task she faces is being in opposition to genetically modified, patented seed). She said:
"... We have the Bhagavad Gita ... there's a very simple lesson that Krishna gives. That you do not measure the fruit of your action. You have to measure your obligation of action. You have to find out what's the right thing to do. That is your duty. Whether you win or lose is not the issue. The obligation to do the right thing, for me, you know, I've grown up as an ecologist in a major level, from my very childhood.
Quick post ... just wanted to share her idea of finding the right thing to do.
Very best regards, as always!