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"“We are rather like whirlpools in the river of life.” So excited to begin reading one of the first women to become a Zen master in the United States—and who, decades before #MeToo, had the courage to break with her own teacher when it was revealed that Maezumi had used his position to sleep with his students and Dharma heirs." Jan 08, 2020 02:04PM

 
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Charlotte Brontë
“These struggles with the natural character, the strong native bent of the heart, may seem futile and fruitless, but in the end they do good. They tend, however slightly, to give the actions, the conduct, that turn which Reason approves, and which Feeling, perhaps too often opposes: they certainly make a difference in the general tenor of a life, and enable it to be better regulated, more equable, quieter on the surface; and it is on the surface only the common gaze will fall. As to what lies below, leave that with God. Man, your equal, weak as you, and not fit to be your judge, may be shut out thence: take it to your Maker--show Him the secrets of the spirit He gave--ask Him how you are to bear the pains He has appointed--kneel in His presence, and pray with faith for light in darkness, for strength in piteous weakness, for patience in extreme need. Certainly, at some hour, though perhaps not at your hour, the waiting hours will stir; in some shape, though perhaps not the shape you dreamed, which your heart loved, and for which it bled, the healing herald will descend.”
Charlotte Brontë, Villette

Carson McCullers
“The most fatal thing a man can do is try to stand alone.”
Carson McCullers, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter

Colette
“I went to collect the few personal belongings which...I held to be invaluable: my cat, my resolve to travel, and my solitude.”
Colette

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