Monthly Archives: July 2016
The broken glass isn’t the worst of it. Glass ceilings are also glass floors. There is nothing more humiliating than realizing what supported where you used to stand.
I will worm my way into your red-state heart—just to see if I can.
But at least cats are relatively indifferent to the camera. The same cannot be said of humans.
The aspiration to be one-self is driven by incoherence and measured by impossibility.
The mind is like a swinging, two-way door—it takes an active effort to keep it shut.
A stoic fully engages a process so as to not be caught in it or its result.
They mean, “Just a little willful illiteracy would help me out of this mess.”