I wrote some of the worst poetry west from the Mississippi River, but I wrote. And I finally sometimes got it right.
"Just as man learned to integrate races, we must also learn to integrate religions."
Blind Savior, False Prophet
Over-reaction is a private folklore. A very personal idiosyncrasy that you share unintentionnally every day and that most of the time people do not understand.
It's easy not to hate. The less you see people, the less you hate - until you're left all to yourself.
T. Wignesan, 27 December 2011
"[...] of course we should try to make things better, insofar as it lies within our power. But we should probably not try to make things perfect, especially not ourselves, for that path leads to mass graves.
For the first time I realized adults could back themselves into corners so remote that love, or its memory, could no longer reach them.
MOLOKA'I NUI AHINA, Summers on the Lonely Isle
"there's something about taking a shower at dusk that I love. Something about going into the shower when it's still light and then coming out when it's dark: it's like being reborn. You're cleansed. I bet Jesus would have loved a shower at dusk."
At Play in the Killing Fields
Now is history as fast as the mind remembers.
With solitude comes freedom.
Challenge is an invitation to success.