Most of us are librarians, or are married to librarians, or are good friends with librarians…this speaks volumes, no?
“An otter slid into the burn as I started along the path, and I saw a kingfisher darting among the low branches trailing in the water…”
“This regulation of duty by the mere circumstances of sex, rather by than the fundamental principle of moral being…has robbed woman of essential rights, the right to think and speak and act on all great moral questions… (321, Rossi).”
“One day it will be my turn.”
p 182 “That sense of loss is exactly what we must anticipate, prepare form and cherish to the last of our days; for it is only our heartbreak that finally refutes all that is ephemeral in love.” Grand hotels. Elegance. Loss and gentle decay. This is an enchantingly melancholic story. This is one which captured…
”Magic is the moment when a ghost appears on the stage…”
p 16 “Despite its name, the Korean Demilitarized Zone – or DMZ – is the most heavily militarized border in the world.” For the past decade – it is true! – I have been out of tune with myself in ways only known to my Self. I am the piano in need of tuning where…
p 168 “She never learned to value those things that white people valued. The greatest pride of the Kiowa was to do without, to make use of anything at hand…the baseline of human life was courage.”