Thursday, April 30, 2009

The best kind ...

... Ordinary Happiness. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)

To the extent that he has a secret to happiness, it resides in slowing down enough to pay attention to what you might call the grammar of experience. When you take the time to examine the world around you, parsing what you see, hear and feel -- Mr. Spiegelman likens the approach to the parsing of a sentence in Latin class -- you find that the plainest occurrence is surprisingly rich.
Sounds familiar (nothing like a little shameless self-promotion).

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