Two tobacco brown rivers slit the soil. Past the hedges and burrows and scarlet-veined ivy, the land triangulates. Golden bushels of wheat and grain and pebbled soybeans. Cash… Read more “Why Stop Here?”
Inside this inner bubble, the world floats by, bobbling.
The falcon suddenly seemed precious, like it was an essential element to a much bigger system and I had foolishly made that system radioactive.
When people have become very prosperous they tend to become sluggishly indifferent to the continuation of the policies that brought about their prosperity- Theodore Roosevelt
One of the most beautiful compensations in life is that no man can sincerely help another without also helping himself- Ralph Waldo Emerson
I’ve learned that everyone has their own mountain to climb, and that the view is more extraordinary when the mountain is tall and the trails are strenuous.
I’ve learned that it’s appealing to have our desires contented with instant gratification. I’ve also learned that it’s forgivable to fear uncertainty, because true beauty lies within the… Read more “i have learned”
The English version of Manuscript Found in Accra will be published in the spring of 2013. People always say: ‘It’s inner beauty that matters, not outer beauty.”… Read more “From the Manuscript Found in Accra”