By Mike SacksIn a new book, “Birds of a Feather: A Life in Amish America,” Amish culture critic Michael Sacks tells his story from the perspective of the culture and its people.
“I’ve lived in this place for 35 years, and I’ve seen it grow and change,” Sacks told The New York Times.
“I think the Amishes are an incredibly strong culture, and it’s really important for us to be aware of how we’re shaping our society, because I think we’re losing that balance.”
We’re trying to build it in our culture, but we’re not building it in ourselves.
“The book, which is set to be released in June, chronicles the Amichaias journey from the small town of New Rochelle to the largest community in the U.S. of any religious community.
Amish culture is defined by the separation of the family from society, Sacks said.
It is “about maintaining that sense of community.”
The Amish don’t feel comfortable with people they don�t know or who don�ts have a sense of humor. They don�s see it as a kind of a betrayal of their culture.
They see it in the way that they dress and the way they behave.
Sacks said he hopes the book will shed light on how Amish communities view each other and why people choose to be Amish.
Amis are the world�s oldest people, and they have been in the world since around 5,000 years ago, according to the U of M. Amish people live on about 1.4 million acres in eastern Wisconsin, where they are known as the “proud Jews.”
They make up about 1 percent of the U