The Measure of Meaning: Visiting Wendell Berry

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The Measure of Meaning: Visiting Wendell Berry

It may be that when we no longer know which way to go that we have come to our real journey. The mind that is not baffled is not employed. The impeded stream is the one that sings

– Wendell Berry –

The Measure of Meaning: Visiting Wendell Berry

“One of my favorite moments was when Wendell said that he is a member of two organizations: 1) The Slow Communication Movement and 2) The Preservation of Tangibility. He noted that anyone can join these and added with a grin, ‘Actually, I think I founded them.'” In this beguiling article, a young singer-songwriter, describes the pilgrimage she took with three friends and a baby to visit Wendell Berry, the famed farmer, writer and preservationist from Kentucky. { read more }

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