Connections

 

In our current culture, much seems to conspire to prevent us from connecting with ourselves and the world in a real and grounded way.

One way to re-connect is to learn the basic skills for everyday living: growing food, cooking, building, pottery, woodcraft, etc.

It is rewarding in many ways: through the products that come out of it, the connections with others we make in the process (learning and working), the connections we make with the world, and the satisfaction of knowing useful skills and how to make the products we use every day. We will of course not provide for all our needs, but just knowing how to do it is immensely rewarding.

[Photo of a shaker table I made this winter]

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