C.G. Jung: “I derive a great deal of pleasure from growing my own potatoes.”

 

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Every man should have his own plot of land.

To own land is important psychologically and there is no substitute for it.

We need nourishment for our psyche.

It is impossible to find nourishment in urban tenements without a patch of green or a blossoming tree.

I derive a great deal of pleasure from growing my own potatoes.

Source: The Earth has a Soul
Page 14
and
C.G. Jung Speaking; Pages 201-203

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