The Masters of Disasters

The Times podcast: Our Masters of Disasters know it’s windy. They know that it can blow up as soon as they start planting the seeds. They know that the wind will be out to get them if they plant anything that they think will blow away or damage a crop. So here’s to us: We know what the plants need and we are the master of the wind.

Our Masters of Disasters know it’s windy. They know that it can blow up as soon as they start planting the seeds. They know that the wind will be out to get them if they plant anything that they think will blow away or damage a crop. So here’s to us: We know what the plants need and we are the master of the wind.

If they have to plant something that will blow away, they plant it in the wind. If they have to plant something that will protect the soil, they plant it in the soil. No matter what, they plant and water and harvest.

The Masters of Disasters are never afraid of the storms.

“Wind and Water have the same aim: to destroy everything, to extinguish all life; to extinguish human life.”

They say the wind and the water are the same thing. Water always flows downhill. All my life I have been taught to plant water deep into the soil in order to make it flow in the strongest possible direction.

Water is like the weather—we can’t control it. It is always changing. It moves, changes, and changes again. There is no way of knowing what will happen, or if anything will happen, for water.

But water does not always flow downhill. It flows uphill. It flows under, under, under. Rivers will pick up any object at the bottom and carry it up over the falls. The river carries it on, up over and up, above the falls and out into the sea.

That’s why I believe the river carries the seeds

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