What can one do with the past? Forgive it. Let it enter into you in peace.
1968 The Nice and the Good.
The houses there wear verandahs out of shyness.Les(lie Allan) Murray
A for adrenalin, the original A-bomb, fuel and punishment of aspiration, the Enlightenment's air-burst Back when God made me, I had no script. It was better. For all the death, we also die unrehearsed. 604Les(lie Allan) Murray
All our failures are ultimately failures in love.Les(lie Allan) Murray
Love is the extremely difficult realisation that something other than oneself is real. Love, and so art and morals, is the discovery of reality.Les(lie Allan) Murray
He was a sociologist; he had gotten into an intellectual muddle early on in life and never managed to get out.Les(lie Allan) Murray
If the cardinal points of costume are Robes,Tato, Rig and Scunge, where are shorts in this compass? Theyare the never Robes as other bareleg outfits have been: the toga, the kilt, the lava-lava, the Mahatma's cotton dhoti; archbishops and field marshals at their ceremonies never wear shorts. The very word means underpants in North America.Les(lie Allan) Murray