“I am happy because I am daily growing and honestly not knowing where the limit will yet lie. To be certain, every day can be a revelation or a new discovery. However, the most satisfaction is yet to come to hear another human being say, “Hey, here is something real.””
“Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash.”
There’s wisdom living in the written word.
“And yet, as always, the springtime sun brings forth new life, and we may rejoice because of this new life and contribute to its unfolding; and Mozart remains as beautiful and tender as he always was and always will be.”
— From a letter of Albert Einstein to Queen Elisabeth of Belgium
Albert Einstein had his 137th birthday on March 14th.
Alan Rickman reads “If Death Is Not The End” by Robyn Hitchcock.