From: Alima Fairchild
I just found three pieces of paper in an old folder in my files. After using the folder transport photocopies and stamps, I looked at what was in the folder.
I was astonished to find these quotations I hadn’t seen for seven or eight years, which just about sum up my philosophy of life.
“Happiness lies in being privileged to work hard for long hours doing whatever you think is worth doing.” - Robert Heinlein
“Offensive speech, bad manners, and filthy toilets all seem to go together.” - Robert Heinlein
“If you’re not prepared to die when you’re almost 60, then I would say you’ve been falling down on your philosophical responsibilities as a grown-up human being.” - Barbara Ehrenreich, “Living with a wild God”
“Children, we call upon you
to stand for yourselves and for each other
for the plants and animals and all the living beings
You are precious — lightworkers of Earth
if not you, who then?
Who will change your world?” - Patricia Cori
Let’s get back on track, shall we?