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I’ve gone over the figures a dozen times. We simply can’t afford a dog. 

I’ve gone over the figures a dozen times. We simply can’t afford a dog. 

I think [cell phones] are toxic, especially for kids… they don’t look at people when they talk to them and they don’t build empathy. You know, kids are mean, and it’s ’cause they’re trying it out. They look at a kid and they go, “You’re fat,” and then they see the kid’s face scrunch up and they go, “Oh, that doesn’t feel good to make a person do that.” But they got to start with doing the mean thing. But when they write “You’re fat,” then they just go, “Mmm, that was fun, I like that.”
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If you read one thing today, make it James Baldwin on the creative process and the artist’s responsibility to society.

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If you read one thing today, make it James Baldwin on the creative process and the artist’s responsibility to society.

Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.

— Rumi

13 Questions Every Leader Should Think About (Often) →

That there is redemption to be found in an ecumenical nonexistence is an old idea…for some it is a cherished idea, like that of a peaceful afterlife or progress toward perfection in this life. The need for such ideas comes out of the fact that existence is a condition with no redeeming qualities. If this were not so, none would need cherished ideas like an ecumenical nonexistence , a peaceful afterlife, or progress toward perfection in this life.

— Thomas Ligotti