Tag: another’s

  • 491

    I am considered a misanthropist now and then, because I do not socialize with many people. But it’s only my mind that avoids you, my heart is still with you, and seeks the distance so that it can keep on loving you. Franz Grillparzer

  • 490

    Would you believe that the last time these skinned knees healed It no longer amazed me like it used to and I hate to say it but… Things they suddenly made a simple kind of sense The horror, the mad ness, the helplessness of it all That there is indeed beauty as well as blood […]

  • 489: If you’re going to try

    If you’re going to try, go all the way. Otherwise, don’t even start. This could mean losing girlfriends, wives, relatives and maybe even your mind. It could mean not eating for three or four days. It could mean freezing on a park bench. It could mean jail. It could mean derision. It could mean mockery–isolation. […]

  • 487

    ”Boy and girl, arms around each other, Maggie and Jack, in the sad ball of life, already crest fallen, corners of the mouth giving up, shoulders loosening to hang, frowns, minds forewarned–love is bitter, death is sweet.”

  • 486: The indefinable

    “If we want to keep the old language, still using such terms as “spiritual” and “material,” the spiritual must mean “the indefinable,” that which, because it is living, must ever escape the framework of any fixed form. Matter is spirit named. After all this, the brain deserves a word for itself! For the brain, including […]

  • 485

    This guy, this counselor at Lewisburg… …Mr. Seawald, once said to me: “Charlie, you run out of steam. “You can’t sprint all the way. You gotta stop sometime. “You can’t buck it forever. It catches up to you. “It gets you. “You don’t get reformed… “… you just run out of wind”. Scene.

  • 480

    Things! Burn them, burn them! Make a beautiful fire! More room in your heart for love, for the trees! For the birds who own nothing – the reason they can fly. Mary Oliver

  • 478

    Go back and take care of yourself. Your body needs you, your feelings need you, your perceptions need you. Your suffering needs you to acknowledge it. Go home and be there for all these things. Thich Nhat Hanh

  • 476: How to be an explorer of the world

  • 473

    There are many ways of going forward, but there’s only one way of standing still. Franklin D. Roosevelt

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