Just back from a stint holding the ladder for Jamie down at the Hub, and received this quote from a friend

"And yet putting aside all the tiresome idealisation and exaggerated claims for manual labour it is still true that work with hands can give something which is not found in dealing with papers, making plans, sitting on committees. The very act of touching, handling, feeling material things helps to build a small barrier against the torrent of words, written and spoken, which threaten to monopolise us by insisting they alone constitute reality."

'Seeking God, the way of St.Benedict ' by Esther de Waal, 1984


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