Sunday, June 27, 2010
Sunday Papers: Stanley Crawford
"[This] is an enormously wealthy and varied nation, yet also an insensitive and cruel and deadening one, and that to strive for recognition or wealth within it is a disquieting, unceasing labor that will not bring the best out of any man or woman. Better perhaps to seek the contentment of more humble work within the belly of the beast, to inhabit the Pascalian room, to chop your wood, haul your water; better perhaps to stay at home and grow your patch of garlic, and dream in winter your subterranean dreams, which are always the same: of light, of warmth, of liberation."
--A Garlic Testament
On the turntable: Luna, "Lunafied"
Posted by Edward J. Taylor at 7:48 AM
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