Monthly Archives: December 2014
Reasons will eventually run out. Rationalizations go on endlessly.
To see the limits of this perspective, remember a world without electricity or imagine a world where everyone is a tool.
“It’s just a scratch,” one said of their mortal wound. “I am morally wounded,” another said of their scratch.
Great promises of freedom and determination are followed by a few weeks of good behavior, if that.
More than our taste for a genre or even our recognition of quality, our taste for company and even our identification with an artist accounts for the art we like.
You cannot even stop celebrating Christmas.
“This always happens,” the first claimed. “No,” the second responded. “This has never happened before and never will again.” The third suggested, “Well, sometimes you just need a drink.”