A Time to Plant

A Time to Plant

Life Lessons in Work, Prayer, and Dirt

Book - 2010
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In his moving debut book, "America" columnist Kyle Kramer recounts the sometimes-gritty story of how he came to experience the joys of real community through a journey of honest reckoning with his own ambitions. For Kramer, this story involves lots of dirt. In the spring of 2000, Kramer, an earnest and high-achieving private school teacher in Atlanta, decided to forego a promising academic career. Instead, he heeded the voices of the unlikely prophets in his life and purchased a block of hardscrabble land in southern Indiana in order to start a small farm. Tending it back to health¿one difficult lesson at a time¿Kramer founded Genesis Organic Farm, built a self-sustaining and environmentally friendly home, and began to fully embrace the Benedictine traditions of physical labor, prayer, and hospitality. "A Time to Plant" is a deeply human story of one man¿s attempt to make simple living a reality as a spiritual discipline for himself, as a model for his children, and for the good of creation.
Publisher: Notre Dame, IN : Sorin Books, c2010
ISBN: 9781933495262
193349526X
Characteristics: xii, 175 p. ; 22 cm

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