'If you want to go down into the self, you'd better go armed to the teeth.' (Paul Valéry)
'The folly of mistaking a paradox for a discovery, a metaphor for a proof, a torrent of verbiage for a spring of capital truths, and oneself for an oracle, is inborn in us.' (Paul Valéry)
'Nothing is more intolerable than having to admit to yourself your own errors.' (Ludwig van Beethoven)
'Music is the mediator between spiritual and sensual life.' (LvB)
'This is like déjà vu all over again.' (Yogi Berra)
Cat Video: I dreamt that I'd been watching a murder yes, a flock of crows for a spell and from several vantage points, they weren't a large number, just a few congregating at the top of a hugely tall tree. I was so absorbed in watching their antics I hadn't noticed that I'd managed to make my way up the tree to their level. with all the noise they were making they hadn't noticed me lurking on a nearby branch. I was tensing up to leap on one of the crows as it swooped by and realized that I was more than 20 meters above the ground. Whoa! change of plans. wake up!
hypocrite lecteur! --mon semblable, --mon frère! (Baudelaire)
when you can't turn off the music in your head try watching football. the announcers voices have a way of obliterating just about anything.
talking to myself differently tonight.
'An object never serves the same function as its image - or its name.' (René Magritte)
no quotes for Astor Piazzolla
reflections on the countertop
'Be careful what you pretend to be because you are what you pretent to be.' (Kurt Vonnegut Jr.)
'Mistakes are joyful, truth infernal.' (Albert Camus)
the caption reads.....
and the return to start
growth of the soil
found out that the Crusaders didn't call themselves Crusaders, they were Knights of Christ, Knights of St. John and stuff like that.
funny what you can find out in wikipedia
'I see painting as an evocative magic, and there must always be a random factor in magic, one which must be constantly changed and renewed.' (William S. Burroughs)
'Follow your inner moonlight; don't hide the madness.' (Allen Ginsberg)