Keanna Sheu9 months ago
His honesty and frankness are both refreshing and poignant. I grew up with a true naturalist father who took me out fishing and into the wild every moment he could. I was literally riding horses as soon as I was able to walk. So, I get it and I value the message (it's an important one for me personally). All that being said, if consumerism is killing us why is he providing us with the vehicle? He says that he's "not a consumer of anything," which is a bold statement, but how can we support him and that statement when his professional success is dictated by consumers choosing to buy new things at his stores? How should we reconcile this?