Aldo Leopold Quote

My dog does not care where heat comes from, but he cares that it comes, and soon. Indeed he considers my ability to make it come as something magical, for when I rise in the coal black pre-dawn and kneel by the hearth to make a fire, he pushes himself blandly between me and the kindling splits I have laid in the ashes, and I must touch a match to them by poking it between his legs. Such faith, I suppose, is the kind that moves mountains.


A Sand County Almanac, and Sketches Here and There (ed. Oxford University Press, USA, 1989) - ISBN: 9780195059281

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My dog does not care where heat comes from, but he cares that it comes, and soon. Indeed he considers my ability to make it come as something...

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My dog does not care where heat comes from, but he cares that it comes, and soon. Indeed he considers my ability to make it come as something...

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My dog does not care where heat comes from, but he cares that it comes, and soon. Indeed he considers my ability to make it come as something...

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My dog does not care where heat comes from, but he cares that it comes, and soon. Indeed he considers my ability to make it come as something...