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Wendell Berry: What Are People For?

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Wendell Berry: What Are People For?

The task of healing is to respect oneself as a creature, no more and no less.

- Wendell Berry -

Wendell Berry: What Are People For?

In these poems Wendell Berry â€" poet, novelist and environmental activist â€" writes about what it means to be human, the human experience of solitude, of community, of love and work, of desire and despair. { read more }

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Write down for yourself what it means to be fully human, then bring your thoughts to a relationship with a friend as you carry respect for both the virtues and the faults we all share.

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