Archive for May, 2009
“Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.” — Shakespeare
Trying to rise above cynicism and resignation AND the notion that working well-intentioned, competently in “a little corner” is — these days — not enough, that one can expand one’s influence enormously with virtually no extra effort.
Dedicated to Janine Roberts’ intrepid work.
Take care of people’s fears about money… so that they can begin to want beauty in their lives.
Thimblerig is to be avoided at all costs.
Yes, you save the world… or at least a space for something truly beautiful with five minutes of your heartbeats.
What else do you have to do with the five minutes I’m requesting?
The answer, my friend, is blowing in the (depleted uranium) wind.
Memorial Day is designed to prevent you from recognizing your enemy.