What fosters that bond, sense of belonging, and attachment we feel toward places that we have journeyed or lived? Wendell Berry famously said, “If you don’t know where you are, you don’t know who you are”. Wallace Stegner interprets this as “… talking about the knowledge of place that comes from working in it in all weathers, making a living from it, loving its mornings or evenings or hot noons, and valuing it for the profound investment of labor”.
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