Berry on Satisfaction

“And so we can say that the industrial economy’s most-marketed commodity is satisfaction, and that this commodity, which is repeatedly promised, bought, and paid for, is never delivered. On the other hand, people who have much satisfaction do not need many commodities.” – Wendell Berry in “The Whole Horse” in The Art of the Commonplace

(H/T: Stuckinstuff.com)

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