The Amerindian legend of the hummingbird, the flowers’ friend, says that one day, there was a huge fire in the forest. All animals, terrified and shattered, were watching helpless the disaster.
Only the little hummingbird buzzed about, getting small drops of water in his beak to drop them on the fire.
After a moment, the armadillo irritated by his useless action, told him:
“Hummingbird! Are you mad? You think that you are going to put out the fire with a few drops?”
“I know,” replied the hummingbird, “but I do my share.”
Vincent’s approach of converting towards organic farming is based on the same principle. Alone, he won’t save the planet, but he contributes to it.