He’s known as the ‘why’ man, for he is always asking the why of everything.
If a man walks in the woods for love of them half of each day, he is in danger of being regarded as a loafer. But if he spends his days as a speculator, shearing off those woods and making the earth bald before her time, he is deemed an industrious and enterprising citizen. ~Henry David Thoreau
Born: August 28, 1913 – Died: December 2, 1995
Canadian novelist, journalist, playwright, professor and critic.
Books are a uniquely portable magic.
Born: November 11, 1922 – Died: April 11, 2007
The idea that the poor should have
leisure has always been shocking
to the rich.
Bertrand Russell, In praise of
Idleness and other essays
The blues are what I turned
to, what has given me inspiration
and relief in all the trials of
Poetry is the rhythmical creation
of beauty of words.
Edgar Allan Poe
I came to a point where
I needed solitude and
just stop the machine
of thinking and enjoying
what they call living,
I just wanted to lie in
the grass and look at
Break the monotony. Do something strange and extravagant!
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Music is a safe kind of high.
Man: a being in search of meaning.
Maybe this world is another planet’s hell.
Roast beef, medium, is not only a food. It is a philosophy.
talking of the
soul with itself.
I and me
too deep in
Born: July 10, 1871 – Died: November 18, 1922
Born: April 9, 1932 – Died: January 19, 1998
in a bind
it really sucks
and take in
the aroma of
it will make
a whole lot better
Songs of Experience (1794)
not my president
still insists he
wants to build
has he even
he just wants
and put a stop
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It makes sense.
He does hit the nail on the head.
The quote below, could be applied to not my so-called president.
William Hazlitt – Critic, essayist, painter, philosopher
Source: “Beautiful minds inspire others”
to he’s not my
get over it
we are all