Tuesday, May 02, 2006



  1. It is in deep solitude that I find the gentleness with which I can truly love my brothers. The more solitary I am, the more affection I have for them. Solitude and silence teach me to love my brothers for what they are, not for what they say. (by Thomas Merton)

  2. I can relate goatman, did I ever tell you that I met a friend of E.Abbey in Memphis, and so came to read his books, unfortunately at that time, there wasn't enought of them, he was such a good writer, but didn't have the inventory one wanted from him. I haven't looked into him and his work since then due to many demanding things, and now, along with most other niceties of life, i have been stripped of my library card, lol, bad, maybe i will check into him some other way.

  3. This post is just beautiful! Thanks for sharing it with us.

    Thank you for dropping by my blog..come by anytime..

    Angel Blessings,


  4. Beautiful, Goatman. Thanks for dropping by my blog, if you hadn't I would not have found this beautiful spot, balm for the soul.

    I also agree that absence makes the heart grow fonder. Many people I can love at a distance, more than up close.


  5. This is so beautyful. I am wondering if it was done by hand?