The transition from software in Texas to growing food in Wayanad is teaching important lessons on Nature, life and happiness.

One may wonder what significance an agro-ecological resurgence in Cuba has in India, which is located on the opposite face of the earth; when it’s night here, it’s day there. Cuba is a sparsely inhabited island nation with 74 percent of her people concentrated in a few cities, while India is a near sub-continent populous, poly-cultural and predominantly rural, a land with a ten millennia history of farming now in a steroidal rush to industrialise and urbanize – even on fertile land! And of course, there are more differences.