Nights’ re when I see him.
A drink, maybe a toast-
’bout an hour at most.
(he ain’t got much to boast)
And when the deed’s done, 9 more words
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As I drove over the roads that led me to the workshop the next day, my tires were hugging the curve of the road underneath an openness of sea, sky, and landscape that was a broken-open somewhere between the beautifully poignant that fills us up, and the achingly small that leaves us feeling like we are entirely only this very moment. 465 more words
Does anyone aspire to become a street beggar? Another crazy question. No normal person would expect this. You have your own dreams of leading a luxurious, prestigious life – becoming a leader, teacher, professor, business tycoon, model, actor…But to want to become a street beggar…? 279 more words
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Civilized people must, I believe, satisfy the following criteria:
1) They respect human beings as individuals and are therefore always tolerant, gentle, courteous and amenable … They do not create scenes over a hammer or a mislaid eraser; they do not make you feel they are conferring a great benefit on you when they live with you, and they don’t make a scandal when they leave.