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Not so fast

The argument for slowing down in virtually every aspect of life

A group tours Waltham Fields Community Farm after a reading on alternatives to agribusiness, including such Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms. A group tours Waltham Fields Community Farm after a reading on alternatives to agribusiness, including such Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms. (Photos By Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Don Aucoin
Globe Staff / July 21, 2009

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Rev. John Gibb Millspaugh had big plans for his trip to Utah last month. He was going to be in Salt Lake City to talk at a Unitarian conference about the importance of slowing down to examine the spiritual implications of food choices. Afterward, Millspaugh figured he and his wife, Sarah, would hit as many tourist sites as possible. (Full article: 1426 words)

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