Out of many, one. You probably know this famous Latin phrase as one of our national mottoes, printed on the Great Seal of the United States. The implication is that we collectively form one, a united body. People come together for a variety of reasons; religion, social interests, education, even a friendly card game. We form clubs and churches, bowling leagues and secret societies. All of these groups form for a reason, usually to benefit either themselves or others in some way. Pasqual was formed for a reason as well.
One of our aims at Pasqual is to form a community. The best way to foster this community is through open, two-directional dialog. Don’t get me wrong, I love an audience, but what I love even more is a team.
When we launched Pasqual on January 1, we also opened a forum. We want this to be the place where we can all meet to share information, in an open and public way. Do you have a question about a solar cooker or improved cookstove? Ask on the forum. Do you have a helpful tip for cooking in a heat retention cooker? Share it on the forum.
Every time we post an article, you will find a link at the bottom of that article to the appropriate forum page where you can post your thoughts on the subject. We really want to hear from you, and we want others to share in the collective wisdom.
We also have other sections where you can write your own post about certain topics.
As we mentioned on Day 1, we need a team. We need you to get involved, we want to hear your questions and we want to give you answers. This isn’t a pulpit from which we preach our gospel, this is the Roman Senate of Clean Cooking, and you are all Clean Cooking Citizens. Join in the discussion, join Pasqual.
See? There it is!