The Meaning of Life
Chairman: “Item six on the agenda: the meaning of life. Now, Harry, you’ve had some thoughts on this?” Harry: “That’s right. Yeah, I’ve had a team working on this over the past few weeks, and what we’ve come up with can be reduced to two fundamental concepts. One: people are not wearing enough hats. Two: matter is energy. In the universe, there are many...
To be or not to be” is not really a question. It’s indecision.– R. L. Wing, “The I Ching Workbook”
All I can do is be me, whoever that is.– Bob Dylan (via grayskymorning)
I am looking for a poem that says Everything so I don’t have to write...– Tukaram
Advertising may be described as the science of arresting the human intelligence...– Stephen Leacock (via blogut)
Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself...– Buddha (via misstugui)
You are constantly surrounded by beautiful things. You don’t need someone to put...– i wrote this for you (via grayskymorning)
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She’s friggin’ awesome and she’s also the genius behind “Forgotten Corners”.
O friend: look for the Source while you are alive; Know and understand this...– Kabir’s Prayer Translated by R. Tagore, adapted for our time by James George and Barbara Wright, 7/26/09.
There is a deep hole in your being, like an abyss. You will never succeed in...– Henri Nouwen, “The Inner Voice of Love” (via: Whisky River)
Playboy Interview with Bob Dylan, 1966 →
PLAYBOY: Mistake or not, what made you decide to go the rock-‘n’-roll route? DYLAN: Carelessness. I lost my one true love. I started drinking. The first thing I know, I’m in a card game. Then I’m in a crap game. I wake up in a pool hall. Then this big Mexican lady drags me off the table, takes me to Philadelphia. She leaves me alone in her house, and it burns down. I wind...
He gave me that night back and this time, I told you the truth. We talked and held each other till the sun came up. And as I went to hell, the devil asked me if it was worth it. I said yes. Yes it was. (via: I Wrote This For You)
The sharp edge of a razor is difficult to pass over; thus the wise say the path...– Katha-Upanishad
ontheborderland: “This dewdrop world: It is a dewdrop world… And yet, and yet—” —Issa (1763-1828), written on the death of his daughter
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