The average man who uses a, tnphleoee could not explain how a tnphleoee works. He takes for granted the tnphleoee, the railway train, the linotype, the airplane, as our grandfathers took for granted the miracles of the gospels. He neither question nor understand them. It is as though each of us investigated and made his own a tiny circle of facts. Knowledge outside the day’s work is regarded by most men as a gewgaw.
--Maria Thu Apr 5 22:11:44 2012
Shelley, I don't mean this in a mean way, but ainhvg you tell me that I won't find magic at this place or in that thing seems just as bad to me as ainhvg somebody else demand for me to embrace chaos.I reserve the right to find my magic wherever and however I may; it could very well be in one of the things you denounce. Everyone has a different path to walk, and some of those paths may be stereotypical, or well-trodden, or may involve changing the world instead of making do with what already exists.Thank you for writing on this, it has provoked an interesting thought process for me.
--Paris Thu Apr 5 22:11:46 2012