Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Enhancing what we see ...

... Thoughtful Gardening.

Gardening, he insists, "is dulled and limited if defined by moral purposes that are driven by other concerns." Instead, he argues, "thoughtful gardening practices its pretenses in a conscious, independent way. It is not governed by bossy fashion …. Thoughtful gardening leads instead to knowledge, an asset that is intertwined with gardening's roots."

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