"They can be like a sun, words.
They can do for the heart what light
can do for a field."
-St. John of the Cross
'Our mastery over the forces of nature has led to a rapid growth of population, and a vast accumulation of wealth; but these have brought with them such an amount of poverty and crime, and have fostered the growth of so much sordid feeling and so many fierce passions, that it may well be questioned, whether the mental and moral status of our population has not on the average been lowered, and whether the evil has not overbalanced the good.'
- Alfred Wallace
"out of sight, out of mind"
-the words engraved onto a large piece of red granite at the entrance to a local cemetery; I just noticed it today.
IF - THEN
IF - THEN...
IF - THEN
"Farmers and gossipers both spread shit, but for completely different reasons."
(hope Bob's ok; feel sorry for his family and loved ones that read the speculations spewed from assholes)
'The work of memory collapses time.'
- Walter Benjamin
"The real problem is in the hearts and minds of men. It is not a problem of physics but of ethics. It is easier to denature plutonium than to denature the evil from the spirit of man."
'A moving body whose motion was not retarded by any resisting force would continue to move to all eternity.'
- Hermann von Helmholtz
For the quote from Mr. Hofmann. All of us owe a large debt of gratitude to him. He gave us the soma of the gods and we launched a revolution to change the world. And, as Hunter S. Thompson said, "With the right kind of eyes you can look out into the Pacific Ocean and see where the wave peaked..."
Jerry bore the psychedelic cross Albert created for 30 long years. In the end even he couldn't turn the tide. Did we help enough?