watched dirt!, which emphasized that all life comes from–and depends on still–dirt. ‘we are dirt.’ in fact, there’s a winemaker in california who tastes the dirt that grows the grapes that makes the wine. what happens when you break that connection between root and leaf, between land and people, between field and fork? you break that which is most primal, personal, spiritual. as the film points out, war follows, and crime, destitution, hopelessness. what happens when you preserve or restore that connection? so food is not just a matter of feeding your belly. in my home town, the community gardens feed the hungry, they give hope, they teach, they experiment and grow and nourish, as life has been doing for millions of years.

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3 Responses to dirt!

  1. Cynthia Breadner says:

    thanks Peter for the awareness…. will Dirt be in theatres? I would like to see it or do a movie night around it and discuss how we can be involved..

    Cynthia (Cindy) Breadner BA Hons. Rel. Study, Cert. in Gerontology Cell 647 234 9351 alternate email: cynthia.breadner@mail.utoronto.ca

    Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2012 04:16:23 +0000 To: elmorat@hotmail.com

  2. Susan Hirst says:

    Well said! It was a good film.

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