Thought for the Day
“Why don’t we pay more attention
to who our farmers are?
We would never be as careless
choosing an auto mechanic or babysitter
as we are about who grows our food.”
~ Michael Pollan
“The Botany of Desire:
A Plant’s-Eye View of the World”
It has been a busy time of year. The harvest from the garden has been good, putting back all that we could for the winter. Many distractions have kept me from giving this project the attention it needs.
Wallpaper Quotes goes live today, it, like most of my projects, (and my life) will be a work in progress. The more I learn the better I hope this project becomes.
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About once a week, we will feature one of our wallpapers on our Wallpaper Quote of the Week blog. Usually we will feature wallpaper that is original, either the image, the quote, or both. This blog serves as our main page for Wallpaper Quotes. You can find it at this link.
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Earth Thought for The Day
“A nation that destroys its soils
destroys it self.
Forests are the lungs of our land,
purifying the air and
giving fresh strength to our people.”
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt
Thought of the Day
“Every man alone is sincere.
At the entrance of a second person,
We parry and fend the approach
of our fellow-man by compliments,
by gossip, by amusements, by affairs.
We cover up our thought from him
under a hundred folds.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
“I see in the near future
a crisis approaching that unnerves me
and causes me to tremble
for the safety of my country. . . .
Corporations have been enthroned,
an era of corruption in high places will follow,
and the money-power of the country
will endeavor to prolong its reign
by working upon the prejudices
of the people until the wealth
is aggregated in a few hands
and the Republic is destroyed.”
~ Abraham Lincoln
Thought for Today
“Take a course in good water and air;
and in the eternal youth of Nature
you may renew your own.
Go quietly, alone;
no harm will befall you.”
~ John Muir