After reposting that piece on Japanese internment camps in WWII, I wanted to say that if we’d like to foster a global environment where “good” will prevail over “evil,” it is critical that we acknowledge the sins/crimes/mistakes of everyone involved, most especially ourselves. Is it good that…
“But there are some things I know for certain: always throw spilt salt over your left shoulder, keep rosemary by your garden gate, plant lavender for luck, and fall in love whenever you can.”—Practical Magic
“I know I should be feeling thrilled right now. I’m in print, I’m young-ish.
And I’m healthy. Also “ish. I’m alive. I’m a living, breathing thing, and it’s really It’s overwhelming how lucky I am. But yet every night I go to bed, and I have this gnawing feeling. Like what I’ve got is not enough. And every morning I wake up thinking the feeling’ll be gone, but it’s not. Does that make me a selfish, fucking ungrateful douche bag?”—Larry, Orange is the New Black