Saturday, January 7, 2017

Alain de Botton and Mark Trail

Alain de Botton, writing in The New York Times:

We should learn to accommodate ourselves to ‘wrongness,’ striving always to adopt a more forgiving, humorous and kindly perspective on its multiple examples in ourselves and in our partners.
And Mark Trail, speaking in today’s Mark Trail:
“Come on, baby, it’s not as though I plan on bad things happening!”
[Not perfect synchronicity: the de Botton piece is from May, but the front page of the online Times has a link to it today.]

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