Thursday, July 27, 2006

A Note to a Stranger

"You sleep, too deep, one week is another world.
Big mouth, big mouth, drop out, drop out
You get what you deserve.
You're stange, insane, one thing you can never change."

Wednesday, July 26, 2006


"when I am alone, I remember so well, how merrily I tripped a boy so he fell."

Oh, I could have been wrong.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

No matter what you do, darling, no matter where you go - just so you do, just so you go.

That you do something, my dear, is quite often far more important than what you do.

Friday, July 21, 2006

One of today's horoscopes:

"You must make a decision now about what role to play. Do you want to be the responsible and serious person who tries to control others just to get the job done? Or will you downplay your authoritative tendency and try to go along with the external flow, even if it's not as efficient as you desire? You cannot play both sides, so make a choice and move on."

That about sums it up. Which side to choose?
"Miracles" don't really require a belief in magic, just a disbelief in limits.

At which point there's little you can do to stem their tide.

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Do you think most realize that what they're really after is more "living," not more rewards? Yet by conditioning the former upon the latter, they have a tough time with both?

Yeah, probably not yet darlings. But one day they will.

Sometimes, not realizing what you have, means not knowing what you want.

Monday, July 17, 2006

"It felt cruel and and astonishing to realize our relationship had never belonged out there in the world, in a real house where you wash socks and slice onions. It belonged in the shadowed linings of the soul."


"I felt amazed at the choosing one had to do, over and over, a million times daily - choosing love, then choosing it again, how loving and being in love could be so different."

-- The Mermaid Chair
Sue Monk Kidd

Sunday, July 16, 2006

You know, it's totally possible to have big, huge, gigantic dreams, yet still be deliriously happy with today.

I think it is some sort of built-in double-happiness redundancy factor.

And darlin', don't fret that some seem not to notice your refinement, enlightenment, and -- dare I say it? -- sashay. They're still learning from you in their own way.

No matter what they say or don't say, my dear, they chose to know you because it would make them more.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Je tout seul voyage trop souvent, toute la responsabilité dans des mes mains. Et je suis fatigué.