Sacred Violence: A Family's Quest to Uproot Hitman Culture

Carrollton, Georgia: Full Life Farm Publications, 2017.

First Edition. Paperback. 8 7/8" X 6". 128pp. Signed by the authors to title page. A bright, new, signed first edition of this inspiring call to join a solution-oriented back–to–basics revolution that will reclaim our connection to the fundamentals of life and ensure a viable future for our children. ABOUT THE BOOK: Whether it's the meal on our dinner plate, the clothes we wear, or the electricity powering our homes, so often our necessities arrive at our doorstep without us ever knowing what it took to get them there. In Sacred Violence, Paul Feather and Terra Currie identify our culture's lethal disconnect from our basic needs and its disastrous results: hitman culture – the widespread practice of paying others to enact the violence required in producing our basic needs. From spearing voles in their sweet potato patch to the community supported home birth of their daughter, Feather and Currie candidly share their quest to bring production of their basic needs back into their community and to find the sacred within the violence at the root of daily life. New. Item #2696

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