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Familial Tools of Friendship: Part III – Anxiety

“When the mushrooms took hold she sensed some of the gods calling to her from inside her own chest and followed their urging outside into the yard and up the sunny slope into the trees. She felt all gooey, gooey with the slobbered love of various gods gathered within, and smiling full-time went about the woods looking to collect butterflies and pet them until they gave milk, or maybe roll in the dirt until she felt China through her skin.” ― Daniel Woodrell

Familial Tools of Friendship

“In family life, love is the oil that eases friction, the cement that binds closer together, and the music that brings harmony.” –Friedrich Nietzsche

H O L S T E I N

“There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.” ~ Aldo Leopold

V 2 C

“Throw your heart over the fence and the rest will follow” ~ Norman Vincent Peale

B E E T R O O T S

They attempted to steady me by spreading out symbols, and because vertigo and I were joined at the hip, I allowed them to hold my gaze. When they were done, […]

L O N E L Y

"Often we read that minimalism is the wave of the future, yet too often a man finds his past minimized by the simplicities of his needs. To talk of the future as if ones past actions are exempt from the grandiosity of contributing to another's failure, is like birthing a son and waiting until he is a man to call him good while forgetting you called him a bastard throughout his childhood" ~ V

M O U N T A I N S

We are masterpieces in the making. Our soul’s contrast between light and dark provides a unique form that promises to be our most significant treasure and discovery.

P R I V A T E

“Look—my feet don’t hit the marble! Like breath or a balloon, I’m rising, I hover six inches in the air in my blazing swan-egg of light. You think I’m not a goddess? Try me. This is a torch song. Touch me and you’ll burn.” ~ Margaret Atwood