June 10, 2012

A woman roasts coffee in her mountaintop kitchen in Seguin, Haiti at the edge of Seguin National Park and reforestation laboratory on 5 June in southeast Haiti

By Flip Holsinger In andrew wyeth, coffee, Cormac McCarthy, dag hammarskjold, God, haiti, Haitian coffee, haitian coffee beans, journalism ethics, photo technique, photojournalism, War


“Your cravings as a human animal do not become a prayer just because it is God whom you ask to attend them.”–Dag Hammarskjold

“Like the bee, we distill poison from honey for our self-defense–what happens to the bee if it uses its sting is well known.”  –Dag Hammarskjold

“He is one of those who has had the wilderness for a pillow and called a star his brother. Alone. But loneliness can be a communion.” –Dag Hammarskjold

“Economy in it original–and I think, its proper–sense refers to household management. –Wendell Berry



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