"Man lives from nature -- i.e., nature is his body -- and he must maintain a continuing dialogue with it if he is not to die. To say that man's physical and mental life is linked to nature simply means that nature is linked to itself, for man is a part of nature."
"Interestingly, according to modern astronomers, space is finite. This is a very comforting thought-particularly for people who can never remember where they have left things."
You want to hit the road; stone walls stand in your way.
You want to walk out; the ones left behind haunt you like a pack of restless ghosts.
You want to set your past ablaze; an invisible hand puts your torch out.
To create, we must risk destruction.
To do justice to the fire, we must stand in its light.
As much as stereotyping the human beings's ability to create, this second nature, which we have woven down to the smallest detail, nurtures his species-being with brand new aspects.
I survived for centuries and began performing a one-man play in the flashy costumes of each and every species that I caused the extinction of.
All the destructive suspicions zigzagging around the orbits of my mind were actually made up of primitive codes written in another galaxy.
Friendly gatherings on the grass, horizontal or vertical journeys, colorful festivals, time passing with writings, drawings and works, tiny miracles and going out to the streets... There is always music playing in the background.
"For she had come to feel that it was the only thing worth saying--what one felt. Cleverness was silly. One must say simply what one felt."
Virginia Woolf, Mrs Dalloway
There are more things to be discovered