Robert Penn Warren

> [T]he self is never to be found, but must be created, not the happy accident of passivity, but the product of a thousand actions, large and small, conscious or unconscious, performed not “away from it all,” but in the face of “it all,” for better or for worse, in…

Capi Blanchet

> Enjoyment is always greatest when you have enough contrast to measure it by. – Capi Blanchet, author of The Curve of Time [https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1332755.The_Curve_of_Time]…

Barbara Follett

The old canoe was full of grub. Nothing to worry about, then; nothing to do but paddle. When we came to a good place, we stopped and swam. It was a peaceful, swinging life, full of sunshine, without special adventure. It needed no adventure beyond itself.…

Philip Britts

> There are so many songs that need to be sung. There are so many beautiful things that await The sensitive hand to pick them up From this strange din of busy living. – Philip Britts…

Joe Hill

> Could you arrange to have my body hauled to the state line to be buried? I don’t want to be found dead in Utah. – Joe Hill…