I am not your mother, but I have bled for you. I am not your sister, but I have stood by you. I am not your daughter, but I have preserved you. I am very tired. If you had hands, would you lift me and carry me to bed? (Please lie. I don’t mind.)
Here is a lovely story written by Loren Eisley, a man of many titles but I think ‘anthropologist and philosopher’ may be a passable summary. From time to time we all come across the attitude of “I’m just one person. I can’t make a difference so why bother trying?” Or “The task is so large […]
Have a Loudmouth Brad biker buddy who fancies himself a sheet-shark: I shall place this true shark of sheet before him and say: “twin skegs ‘twixt sheets a surfer must – you, sir, are ‘postering ‘im is the real deal!