Two Things, Not All Things

 
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We all come from divorce. Now, this is an age of divorce. Things that belong together have been taken apart. And you can't put it all back together again. What you do is the only thing that you can do. You take two things that ought to be together, and you put them back together. Two things, not all things. That's what we do. We people who make things. If it's a stool, or a film or a poem or an essay or a novel or a musical composition. It's all about that. Fitting it together.

From a beautiful interview with Nick Offerman on the latest To The Best Of Our Knowledge podcast extra. It's called 'He's My Shakespeare': Nick Offerman on the Craft and Wisdom of Wendell Berry.

Full missive HERE.