Bacon From Acorns is now LifeCraft.

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“As the proverb says, men cannot know each other until they have eaten salt together.”
–Aristotle

Deep in the human heart is the desire to be together with people that we love. Human happiness is always a shared happiness: shared especially with a small number of people. For most of us a fulfilled life will only be found in walking its hills and valleys in communion with family, and a few friends.

We don’t need the latest study to show us that we are losing the ability to live in communion, even with those closest to us.     Continue Reading at… The Blog of the Institute of Family Studies

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