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Tuesday, January 23, 2007
More words from not me
There is nothing more absurd, to give an example that is only apparently trivial, than the millions who wish to live in luxury and idleness and yet be slender and good-looking. We have millions, too, whose livelihoods, amusements, and comforts are all destructive, who nevertheless wish to live in a healthy environment; they want to run their recreational engines in clean, fresh air. - p.15,16.
The Agricultural Crisis, a Crisis of Culture, Wendell Berry: