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August 16th, 2019 · No Comments

“Ask yourself sincerely at odd moments, ‘Am I prone to deep feeling?’ for it is less than necessary—that very small, bright, enlarging thing. The passions do not knock one out, but they may permit you to have carnal complaints before proceeding further.” – Diane Williams, “Woman in Rose Dress” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin […]

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August 15th, 2019 · No Comments

“There is a great difference between love, hatred, and desire, but nothing compels us to maintain these differences.” – Diane Williams, “Mood Which Gripped Me” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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August 14th, 2019 · No Comments

“The customer entered his home, approached his wife, and considered his chances. Hadn’t his wife been daily smacked across the mouth with lipstick and cut above the eyes with mascara?” – Diane Williams, “On the Job” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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August 13th, 2019 · No Comments

“Do you know how the animals got their tails? How the lesser gods came into the world? The longer this goddess lives, the more she shakes her tail—or pulls on it with all her strength.” – Diane Williams, “How Blown Up” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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Why?

February 5th, 2014 · No Comments

“I am certain that amorality is the natural condition of the psyche, the unconscious—or of whatever name you give that mysterious wellspring. Our dreams are evidence enough for me. I can’t argue the case for freedom in art as persuasively as Freud did, or as Jung did, or as any of their heirs did and […]

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Eternal verities

September 22nd, 2013 · No Comments

“Unfortunately, we are bound up in ourselves, and we really can only perceive through our own eyes and our own heart, and what we see is us. We think we’re exploring exterior worlds, but we’re not, so undoubtedly it’s the same consciousness, the same voice. But the intellectual excitement is when you tap into the […]

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