Food for thought…

Simone Weil in 1921.Notebooks of Simone Weil. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1956Simone Weil (February 3,1909 – August 24,1943). French philosopher, anarchist, feminist, christian mystic. When the Spanish Civil War broke out, Weil joined a French-speaking unit of an anarchist militia and fought the fascists. In 1942, she helped her family to safety in the U.S.A, and…

via Simone Weil: “The Needs of a Human Being are Sacred. Their Satisfaction Cannot be Subordinated Either to Reasons of State, or to Any Consideration of Money …” — Words of Power

I came across this in my reader and was immediatley interested. Read, then come back to my page and tell me what you think. I look forward to a good conversation.

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