Jim Harrison

> The hardest thing for me to accept was that my life was what it was everyday. – Jim Harrison, from Everyday Life: The Question of Zen…

Boadicea

> They require shade and  covering, they require kneaded bread and wine and oil, and if any of  these things fails them, they perish; for us, on the other hand, any  grass or root serves as bread, the juice of any plant as oil, any water  as wine, any tree as…

Lepa Svetozara Radic

> I am not a traitor of my people. Those whom you are asking about will  reveal themselves when they have succeeded in wiping out all you evildoers, to the last man. – Lepa Svetozara Radic, just before her execution.…

Farewell Transmission

> Real truth about it is No one gets it right Real truth about it is We're all supposed to try -Jason Molina, Farewell Transmission [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=malJUMz2A9Y]…

Jimmy Furey

> “I was conceited enough to think that I could do it” – Jimmy Furey, master boatbuilder on the river Shannon in Ireland.…

Solar Powered Website

> Low-tech Magazine [https://solar.lowtechmagazine.com] was born in 2007 and has seen minimal changes ever since. Because a website redesign was long overdue — and because we try to practice what we preach — we decided to build a low-tech, self-hosted, and solar-powered version of Low-tech Magazine. The new blog is…

The Lathe of Heaven

> The quality of the will to power is, precisely, growth. Achievement is  its cancellation. To be, the will to power must increase with each  fulfillment, making the fulfillment only a step to a further one. The  vaster the power gained the vaster the appetite for more. -Ursula K. Le Guin,…