There is an oft-quoted passage in Walden, in which Thoreau exhorts us to find our pole star and to follow it unwaveringly as would a sailor or a fugitive slave. […]
… I know that right choices by definition are the means by which life crystallizes loss. The Rules of Civility, Amor Towles.
“As a quick aside, let me observe that in moments of high emotion—whether they’re triggered by anger or envy, humiliation or resentment—if the next thing you’re going to say makes you […]
“To have even one year when you’re presented with choices that can alter your circumstances, your character, your course – that’s by the grace of God alone. And it shouldn’t […]