Sow, harvest, one of the earliest verbs we learn in school in Arabic, and one of the first human verbs on the planet. Verbs that are embedded in syntax but have increased in value and status are not permitted to spend in the productive economy. Today’s Lebanese dilemma has driven us back to the source, to the field, to plant them as seedlings and reap the benefits. The “Love Planting” program blossoms throughout Lebanon in the spring.
Iskandar’s program ensures work for rural women and distribution personnel, as well as the possibility for Lebanese to invest in their land, after they found the fallacy of investing in banks. In the same way that the old play a vital part in the directions, the younger generation plays an essential role in returning to the land.
You receive what you sow. We sowed in the rentier economy in the past, and now we harvest a collapse, so let us seed on the land to reap a good season in Lebanon.