Quote of the day: 4/20/17

“to shut [aging and the upward years] out, to try to be young, say, at 80, to pretend there’s no old age, then you miss something. You miss a quality that if you don’t have it, you haven’t lived a complete life” (Sarton 1991d, 195). Taken from "Of Creative Crones and Poetry:Developing Age Studies Through … Continue reading Quote of the day: 4/20/17

Quote of the day: 4/17/17

"Language remains a human act which makes other actions and choices possible: 'Only where there is language is there world,' 'We are our words' ('The Demon Lover"); 'Our words are jammed in an electric jungle;/sometimes, though, they rise and wheel croaking above the treetops' ('Ghazals'); 'I am thinking how we can use what we have/to invent … Continue reading Quote of the day: 4/17/17