and about the behaviors we adopt to forgive ourselves for our participation in those modes of production.
Southern Food “Grits Gone Wild” (November 2012). Photo by Peter Frank Edwards
- (via orlansky)
"I’m just a fat guy sitting in the cold."
“Why are you sitting in the cold?”
“I’m waiting to go to work. I work an overnight security job. I live in Philly, but I take the bus up here and stay for four days each week. I can’t find work in Philly and I’ve got two kids.”
“Where do you sleep?”
“Starbucks, McDonalds, anywhere I can take a quick nap.”
"As you grow older, your perspective changes. I no longer think in terms of the next ten, or twenty years. I think in terms of the next three years."
“So what do you want to accomplish over the next three years?”
There is no preparation against the emptiness that some days bring. Allow them to empty you, let them fill you with something new again.