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February 9

Daily Wisdom

Daily Inspiration

Life of Significant Soil; Meaning of Life; Overcoming; Social Justice; Wisdom

Freelance Monkette

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“We are the hollow men/ We are the stuffed men/ Leaning together/ Headpiece filled with straw, Alas!/ Our dried voices, when/ We whisper together/ Are quiet and meaningless/ As wind in dry grass/ Or rat’s feet over broken glass/ In our dry cellar/ Shape without form, shade without colour,/ Paralyzed force, gesture without motion;/ Those who have crossed/ With direct eyes, to death’s other kingdom/ Remember us – if at all – not as lost/ Violent souls, but only/ As the hollow men/ The stuffed men.”

                        T.S. Eliot

                       “The Hollow Men”

“Hey You”

~ Pink Floyd