soulful friendship :: 2014

enrich each other


It seems to me that infinity is usually visualized as receding into distant space and time toward nothingness, somewhat in the manner of a railroad track seemingly converging to a point in the distance.


Precedent-minded man, painfully trudging his self-inflicted way, conditioned attention fixed on the vanishing point, seldom has the perspicacity to shift his vision; to take his nose off the point of the pin long enough to become aware of and become part of the eternal stream that is ever expanding, continually approaching the encompassment of all things, all space, all time . . .

Blanding Sloan


I will never pretend to predict the future, but I can show you what I’ve shared in the past.
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