Blog Watch: Reflecting on Wendell Berry interview
Wendell Berry and the Four Freedoms Awards

Blog Watch: Wendell Berry and Place

On the blog last week, I concluded with a short look at Wendell Berry’s use of the word sacrament to best describe the loving reverence with which we should approach our use of the land and its resources. I like this word, sacrament, because it demands a certain seriousness towards the necessity of death through which we have our life—a truth as physical as it is metaphysical. I also like its suggestion that there are not really sacred and unsacred places; rather, there are only sacred and desecrated places.

via The Cardus Daily

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