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Κ’ ίσως, για να βγάλεις φτερά…

κ' ίσως, για να βγάλεις φτερά, φτάνει ν' ακουμπήσεις σ' έναν τοίχο και να σκεφτείς πόσο λίγο θα ζήσεις -έτσι άρχισαν τα πουλιά...Τάσος Λειβαδίτης, Ο διάβολος με το κηροπήγιο (1975), Ποίηση, τ. 2, Eκδόσεις Μετρονόμος

Spring in a Pandemic: Mary Shelley on What Makes Life Worth Living and Nature’s Beauty as a Lifeline to Regaining Sanity

“There is but one solution to the intricate riddle of life; to improve ourselves, and contribute to the happiness of others.” Half a century before Walt Whitman considered what makes life worth living when a paralytic stroke boughed him to the ground of being, Mary Shelley (August 30, 1797–February 1, 1851) placed that question at the beating heart of The... Continue Reading →

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