Posts Tagged ‘Childhood’

Bouncing on beds, I remember from childhood, is a great depression reliever.
   —    Robert M. Pirsig
From his book:  “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values
On This Day In:
2018 Prediction: Morning Is Coming After A Long Night Of #LyingDonald
2017 While Congress Slept
2016 And A Fellow Who Insists On Telling Us He’s Smart?
2015 Curves Ahead
2014 Sitting?
2013 Misperceptions
2012 Essential Experience
2011 Lest We Forget Those Still In Harm’s Way
Sound Familiar?

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Somehow, the magic of childhood lies in its formlessness, its squishiness — the ease with which emotions surge into one another and up to the surface, how subtly imagination washes over reality.  Nothing’s hardened yet.  It’s all still beautifully weak, for better and for worse.  And what is childlike about any of us is what has managed to stay that malleable.
    —   Jon Mooallem
From his article: “The Giant
In Wired Magazine, July 2016
On This Day In:
2016 The Latter A Lot Quicker Than The Former
2015 Notes On My Nightstand
2014 Generations
2013 Two For One
2012 Seen And Heard
2011 The Hazards And Vicissitudes Of Life

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