A fifth-grade bully, a blossoming romance, a late-night crash
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Mike Mathers is an artist and a businessman who built his own home and lives in it.
It wasn’t long ago when all births were “natural” home deliveries. The birth of a baby was a common family affair attended by husbands and midwives for the most part. It was the exception when a doctor was present.
The book demands our perfection. It offers no defense of our present behavior and seems to say that survival is indeed possible without all this aggressive earthly grossness.
If you are building your own home and you’ve decided to dig a well for your water supply, I have a bit of advice for you: Get a dowser.
Each seed, each baby born, each word, each deed, all together now, creating the music of the world.