Monday, May 10, 2004


Numquam minus solus quam cum solus

Henry David Thoreau, Journals, 25 November 1857:
I do not know if I am singular when I say that I believe there is no man with whom I can associate who will not, comparatively speaking, spoil my afternoon. That society or encounter may at last yield a fruit which I am not aware of, but I cannot help suspecting that I should have spent those hours more profitably alone.

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