“Eating is an agricultural act.”—from “The Pleasures of Eating” from What Are People For? by Wendell Berry From the bottom of my heart, I cannot be more grateful that Wendell Berry and Wes ...
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From my long-ago academic days of studying cultural linguistics, I learned to marvel at the complex relationship between language and behavior. Which influences which? Is language largely a ...
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As we looked up at the cloudy sky and sniffed the air, my husband commented,  “It must be raining somewhere.” Rain is part of the hydrologic cycle of energy that we call "weather." ...
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