Jeeyon Shim - The Peace of Wild Things by Wendell Berry
The Art of Arting
Game Designer Jeeyon Shim joins the podcast and gives Matt an incredible conversation about game design including their version of 'keepsake games,' how to manage success and avoid an infinite growth mindset, and Jeeyon also shares a Wendell Berry poem 'The Peace of Wild Things'See more of Jeeyon Shim's work at https://www.patreon.com/jeeyonshim
Creation Care - "Wendell Berry and Local Place" with Jeff Bilbro
God’s creation is a direct reflection of God’s glory, and Christians are called to be faithful stewards of the earth. While global issues of climate and environment can seem out of reach, our local communities give us space to learn and take action in small and large ways. How can we partner with our creator to build a better, more sustainable living environment? What simple, practical changes can we make to responsibly care for our local communities and our world?Chris and Eddie are joined by Jeff Bilbro, author of Virtues of Renewal: Wendell Berry's Sustainable Forms and Loving God's Wildness: The Christian Roots of Ecological Ethics in American Literature. Bilbro’s work on ecology and theology has been heavily influenced by Wendell Berry, an environmental activist and author best known for his book The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture. Bilbro calls his readers to a greater ecological and cultural imagination based in the idea of shalom, a vision of relational and community healing in the context of our environment. This episode explores the deep wisdom of Wendell Berry across his literary forms, the idea of interrelatedness within God’s creation, and how to hold onto hope while enacting hope in our communities.Resources:Follow Jeff Bilbro on the web:https://jeffbilbro.com Follow Jeff Bilbro on Twitter:https://twitter.com/jeff_bilbro
Successful But Single Panel Recap With Wendell Berry!
Successful But Single Podcast
Successful But Single Podcast did a thing! We invited ten dynamic men to the stage and held candid conversation regarding what men say that women do not hear. It was phenomenal! Their disclosures were real and raw and gave way to amazing insight to why we fail to have effective communication between men and women. The conversation was so good that I invited panelist Wendell Berry back to dissect the feedback and gain additional insight into what men are attempting to communicate to women. Questions? Comments? Email us at: SuccessfulButSinglePodcast@gmail.com
The Flower Moon, puppies, and the wisdom of Wendell Berry
The Apothecary Podcast With Lori Green
Hi Everyone! Join me today for thoughtful notes on The Flower Moon and fun shenanigans, as only a puppy can deliver. We then delight in a couple of excerpts from the celebrated poet, novelist, and essayist Wendell Berry. His contemplative take on the nature of belonging and the role of the agrarian lifestyle are not to be missed. Musical selection: Dayspring Dew by River Foxcroft--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lori-green2/support
In today's episode, Josh Herring, Matt Ogle, and Travis Copeland discuss three poems by Wendell Berry: 'What We Need is Here,' 'The Peace of Wild Things,' and 'A Small Porch in the Woods.' Wendell Berry is a novelist, poet, essayist who lives and farms in Henry County, Kentucky. He studied English literature at both the University of Kentucky and New York University before returning to his hometown to again take up the life of a farmer. His agrarian style elevates the beauty of the natural, wild world focused on the particularities of place. For more information about Wendell Berry checkout theberrycenter.org. 'What We Need is Here': https://www.awakin.org/read/view.php?tid=2144'The Peace of Wild Things': https://onbeing.org/poetry/the-peace-of-wild-things/'A Small Porch in the Woods': https://drive.google.com/file/d/125v0eSFpCBYWBZYrJoJipDw2PoeHARDd/view?usp=sharing
#11 Wendell Berry; the Poem we write together; 2 Covers
Patrick opens with a cover of Adele. We read and think through some Wendell Berry poems, and then we read a poem Patrick and Will Wrote together this week. if you stay to the end you'll hear a recitation of part of an Allen Ginsburg poem rapped over a Beat by the Infamous Nico Garza.Enjoy and share with your friends, write us some poems, read ours out load with your close knit friend group.
Wendell Berry: Sexual Capitalism and the Preservation of Wilderness
The Lindisfarne Tapes
The Lindisfarne Tapes are selected recordings of presentations and conversations at the Lindisfarne Fellows’ meetings. In March of 2013 William Thompson granted permission to the Schumacher Center for a New Economics to transfer the talks from the old reel-to-reel tapes to digital format so that they could be posted online and shared freely. In 2021, the Schumacher Center used the digital audio to create the Lindisfarne Tapes Podcast. Reposting should include acknowledgment of williamirwinthompson.org. Learn more about the Lindisfarne Tapes here.Berry delivered this lecture in 1976 at the Lindisfarne Summer Conference, "A Light Governance for America: The Cultures and Strategies of Decentralization."
#103- Filial Piety in Wendell Berry's “Pray Without Ceasing”
Online Great Books Podcast
This week, Scott and Karl read “Pray Without Ceasing” which is included in Wendell Berry’s collection of short stories That Distant Land. Berry writes about a murder committed in the summer of 1912, 78 years before the narrator learns its details, a crime that has haunted Port William ever since. Still, if you're of the Port William membership, this story is part of your history. Scott says, "He writes the way I recollect things. It's a familiar groove for me." Berry’s idea of a healthy community, which relies heavily on filial piety, is embodied in all his fiction. Karl says, "Filial piety is a virtue that used to be everywhere that we've lost a bit. It's clearly in this story." Tune in to hear more about this fascinating short story, brought to you by onlinegreatbooks.com.