Distribution Automatique

Thursday, February 13

"How often could things be remedied by a word. How often is it left unspoken." (Norman Douglas, "An Almanac"), 1945

"The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it does not rest till it has gained a hearing." (Freud,"The Future of an Illusion" ), 1927

"Even stones have a love, a love that seeks the ground." (Meister Eckhart), c. 1260-1327

"How could there be laughter, how can there be pleasure, when the whole world is burning?" (the Dhammapada), probably 3rd century b.c.

"Well being is attained little by little, and nevertheless it is no little thing." (Zeno of Atium) 4th-3rd century b.c.