Sunday, December 30, 2012
reading french intellectual thoughts, and having them:
He couldn't accept himself, and he was fully justified.
Help them when they believe they can do anything, console them when they find out they can't.
If we didn't believe, would we be?
The world is always new to someone.
He couldn't tell if it were a symbol, or a chimera.
Only what you re-discover is new.
We each cast the shadow of our nervous system on the world.
Today was new. Too bad you missed it.
Poetry: the nanotechnology of language.
Children should be protected from finding themselves too soon.
No adult can make sense of childhood.
The thought there might be might be another myself out there frightens me.
When they have no thoughts, they cry for new forms.
Some people come to resemble their ideas.
They couldn't see the truth for the psychology.
The 20th century spent too much time trying to find the contents of the unconscious.
Desire is the first rule.
Madness? Merely an adult acting like a child.
Begin again? When did you ever start?
Civilizations die as easily as flies.
Beware! What you learn you can't unlearn.
His fate was bigger than he was.
Once you lose faith in the myth of yourself, you're finished.
made a trip to a neighboring town: http://www.pbase.com/wwp/oro