Writer-farmer Wendell Berry lives on Kentucky land that boasts no lengthy vista or stunning waterfall. Yet the place, he says, is inexhaustibly beautiful.
He shies away from TVs and computer screens. He doesn’t want to be distracted from the ground under his feet, the neighbors in his midst, the life of the woodlands — the dignified local economy in God’s great economy.
“I’m interested in where I am, and I don’t want that obscured to me,” he says.
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