The hidden wisdom of small business
March 16, 2019
Let’s clear our minds of snow, closed interstates, raging creeks and rewind to a simpler time — a time that still exists. It’s pocketed in sleepy east central Ohio, where the land sways like gentle waves on the sea.
Holmes County, Ohio, has no four-lane highways, no railroad lines and no factories. The Amish make up 18,000 of its 44,000 people. The Amish don’t drive cars. They farm with horses. They light their homes with gas lanterns. They don’t have TV or phones. Women wear plain dresses and bonnets. Amish children attend school only through the eighth grade.
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