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Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Three quotes (Least Heat-Moon)

If nature undoes immediately what we work years to do, then we're not doing it right.

Were human memory total and perfect, perhaps I'd be only one person from start to finish, but forgetfulness cuts me off from who I've been so that hourly I am reborn.

"Wouldn't it be easier on you to treat this voyage as a lark or a mere outing?" Yes, I said, if I can first teach myself to treat my life as a lark.

William Least Heat-Moon, River-Horse

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