"Button me up."
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Original artwork by Adam Greene / “Christogram and The Four Evangelists” / Limited Edition 12x12 letterpress broadside / Metallic pewter ink / Signed & numbered (IC XC NIKA = Jesus Christ Conquers)
G.K. Chesterton’s Distributism -
The home is the place where the important things happen. The economy is the place where the most unimportant things happen. The backwardness of the situation is something constantly pointed out by Chesterton: “There is nothing queerer today than the importance of unimportant things. Except, of course, the unimportance of important things.”
The family should also encompass the community, the village. It takes a village to raise a child, so the saying goes. And this is true. For families to flourish they must be tied by the bonds of the tribe, friendship and liturgy. Add that to the breakfast menu!
Too much capitalism does not mean too many capitalists, but too few capitalists. — G.K. Chesterton
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And here I thought “I don’t need a seersucker jacket”.
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You bet your ass I swiped right.