There are no happy endings. Endings are endings, and none of them are happy. An Epoch is in its death throes. It was a time of beauty, and I, this strange kid, got to see a surprising lot of it. The sea turtles were the big thing. I wanted to see those since I was the tiniest kid. I've now had the experience of them eating out of my hand. . .
Sadness in inherent in beauty, because comprehending beauty embraces the temporal nature of life.
And, or course, "Passion is Meaning." Some of you are familiar with that quote. . .
Take pictures. Love your people. Write about what is going on. It will be important at some point. I'm wholly with Mike that booze will be constructive. Whatever it will take to keep your heroism intact will be completely justified. . .
I spent the day planting trees. A pessimist does not plant trees. Why would I bother to mess around in the mud dealing with something I will see no benefit from in 20 years? Maybe ever? Why? Self indulgence? Delusion? Maybe. . .from the perspective in my own mind--no, not at all.
In some sense the future we face redeems us all from a kind of responsibility, perhaps, we should not ever have attempted to bear. . .
Dark America's Retro Future - SUBHEAD: Review of two books about the future of America by John Michael Greer. By Fred Kaminski on 13 February 2018 in Resilience - ( http://www.resilie...
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