Monthly Archives: March 2015
One who conflates naturalness with spontaneity should consider the speed at which a tree pushes roots up through the sidewalk.
Honestly hostility is more respectful than patronizing “pleasantness.”
One current in the Sea of Contradiction inevitably flows into its opposite.
It is to imagine how we can take responsibility for collective actions over which we have no ultimate control.
A sense of humility is the most difficult thing to retain after an outright humiliation.
Not all paths lead to the same place. Nor are all destinations desirable. A pluralist simply affirms that many paths lead to many desirable places.
An early death liberates something of great promise from the inevitability of decline. From this comes its poignancy and the pathos.
One must go into the room to see what is there; otherwise, there will be nothing to see at all.
Pathbreakers are likely to stumble upon Language.