A black fountain pen on a journal page

Collected quotes, 4 of n

This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series Bits and Pieces


He had so much to give—stories, reflection, engagement—that somehow none of us ever noticed just how much he was withholding. He could love everybody on the terms on which they needed to be loved, give everybody what they needed to receive; and so, in the end, none of us really Read more…

A black fountain pen on a journal page

Collected quotes, 1 of n

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Bits and Pieces


All these clocks, like the whole information industry today, run the risk of no longer communicating anything because they tell too much. But they also possess another characteristic of the information industry: they no longer speak of anything except themselves and their internal functioning. Eco, Umberto. “How Not to Know Read more…