Thursday, February 14, 2008

February 14

There's nothing wrong, of course, with delighting in love and honoring friendship and stopping in the bleak midwinter to tickle the people we love. But it's also a good sign of psychosocial health if the day just saunters by and winks, and you feel no need to pay attention. The minute it feels like a duty, it has lost its purpose. "Love sought is good," Shakespeare observed, "but given unsought is better."

Nancy Gibbs, A Day to Forget
TIME February 18, 2008

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Blogger sashka said...

Hello, I've wanted to go to Holy Resurrection for a while now but have always chickened out last minute because of fears of committing a mistake here and there. What did you do when you first went there?

Thu Feb 14, 09:14:00 pm 2008  
Blogger Francis said...

What's Holy Resurrection?

Sun Feb 17, 11:32:00 am 2008  
Anonymous Niewiadomo said...

Great quotation, thanks!

Sat Feb 23, 06:42:00 am 2008  

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