Wednesday, July 28, 2010

March toward a goal

1) From “November,” by Gustave Flaubert (1910)

“What are we supposed to do here on earth? What should we dream of? What should we build? Tell me, then, you who find life entertaining, you who march towards a goal and torment yourself to achieve some particular aim!”

2) From “The Boy with the Thorn in his Side,” by The Smiths (1985)

“And when you want to live, how do you start? Where do you go? Who do you need to know?”

1 comment:

Phnom Penhny said...

Ah, I really like this particular funneling of ideas.