Sunday Sentence: The sentence(s) that touched me this week, out of context and without commentary. Inspired by David Abrams at The… Read more 2020/03/15 #SundaySentence
Our efforts to fight poverty are often based on the misconception that poor people must pull themselves up out of… Read more 2020/03/08 #SundaySentence
When someone, while having an asthma attack, says “I love you” or “I really love you”, there’s a difference. A… Read more 2020/03/01 #SundaySentence
It is because you think if you own publishing you can control what’s printed, what’s written, what’s read? Well, lotsa… Read more 2020/02/23 #SundaySentence
Can Afric’s muse forgetful prove?
Or can such friendship fail to move
A tender human heart?
Immortal Friendship laurel-crown’d
The smiling Graces all surround
With ev’ry heav’nly Art
I came up in the sixties, which is way after everything else. But we always assumed that we knew white people, that we really sort of understood them. And I found out that if you don’t understand yourself you don’t understand anybody else. […go…]
Realism is more my ministry than is unbridled optimism. Hope is too ineffable and far too elusive. Hope allows us to leave what is possible in the hands of others. […go…]
We die only once, and for such a long time. […go…]
Using a thesaurus requires you to think beyond basic words.
The camera pans back and forth a lot, and it’s not all one shot, but the light movement and unromantic undressing for bed show how physically close they are with each other, how really married they are.