The Way I See It #267

“Music can lift us out of depression

or move us to tears – it is a remedy,

a tonic, orange juice for the ear.

But for many of my neurological

patients, music is even more – it

can provide access, even when no

medication can, to movement, to

speech, to life. For them, music is

not a luxury, but a necessity.

– oliver sacks

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Heaven is totally overrated.


A life of luxury underscores one’s self-righteousness

On the back of an apparently expensive car was a vanity plate that read “askd rcvd.” I promptly interpreted this plate as a testimony to the driver’s great faith in a god that provides luxury items to those who pray for such things.