You probably wouldn't worry about what people think of you if you could know how seldom they do - Olin Miller
When I was young I feared loneliness, failure, ridicule, physical and mental pain. Now I've survived quite a lot of all of those, so I guess I don't fear them so much. And when I do, I don't let it stop me as much. Feel the Fear And Do It Anyway has become a clich
Travel wakes me up when life seems dull and boring, when I've run out of things to say to friends, when I feel trapped in an unchanging routine, when conversations revolve around impossible problems, ailments, how things were so much better when ..., when I'm pissed off and fed up and in danger of making my friends feel the same - Oxford Muse, July 05
The world isn't bad because of all the evil people, but because of all the good ones doing nothing - Wosa Moya
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds - Emerson
A crank is a man with a new idea - until it catches on. Mark Twain
Are too many bloggers the opposite of past generations of activists? Are they, despite claims to the contrary, generally sedentary rather than active, individualised rather than collective, and intellectually disparate rather than united?
Do I do enough yet myself? What is enough, anyway?