they call me danger 'cause it's my middle name. i write comix.
The things that you do should be things that you love, and the things that you love should be things that you do.
(The link above shows a wonderful interview of Ray Bradbury and Mr. Bradbury’s enthusiasm makes me want to read even more.)
I still think that it is a shame that my high school never introduced me or taught about many of the interesting and influential authors and stories from history that I have learned of since my high school graduation. Before college, I never heard of many of the people on this list from Pearson Prentice Hall (in high school I had to get on the internet just to learn more about literature), and, now since college, I know so much more about these people and their stories.
Name an author and I’ll tell you that my high school never talked about them (Ray Bradbury, Ernest Hemingway, Harper Lee, Marcel Proust, Joseph Conrad, Maya Angelou…). That’s why I do not agree with the idea that education should be limited to one worldview. Narrowness stifles learning.(via h-poirot2090)
If you don’t want a man unhappy politically, don’t give him two sides to a question to worry him; give him one. Better yet, give him none. Let him forget there is such a thing as war.