We live in condensations of our imagination. --Terence McKenna Public Domain Image via Pixabay
Perception requires imagination because the data people encounter in their lives are never complete and always equivocal. For example, most people consider that the greatest evidence of an event one can obtain is to see it with their own eyes, and in a court of law little is held in more esteem than eyewitness testimony. … Continue reading Quote for Today: Leonard Mlodinow
I’ve read somewhere in a book when something happens that is unbearable to you, sometimes, time stops. Like your inner clock just stops working, even if the world keeps spinning you will stand still for the rest of your life. ― Katja Michael, She Came at Dawn Public Domain Image: Indonesian boy traumatized by tsunami
If you do not like a certain behavior in others, look within yourself to find the roots of what discomforts you. --Bryant H. McGill
If you have never come up against Nothing you have no idea how it can scare you out of your wits. When I was a child I used to be afraid of Something in the dark. I know now that the most fearful thing about the dark is that we may find Nothing in it. … Continue reading Quote for Today: Howard Spring
That black, maddening firmament; that vast cosmic ocean, endlessly deep in every direction, both Heaven and Pandemonium at once; mystical Zodiac, speckled flesh of Tiamat; all that is chaos, infinite and eternal. And yet, it's somehow the bringing to order of this chaos which perhaps has always disturbed me most. The constellations, in their way, … Continue reading Quote for Today: Mark X.
"I got a statistic for you right now. Grab your pencil, Doug. There are five billion trees in the world. I looked it up. Under every tree is a shadow, right? So, then, what makes night? I'll tell you: shadows crawling out from under five billion trees! Think of it! Shadows running around in the … Continue reading Quote for Today: Ray Bradbury