Thursday, December 26, 2013



Donald Richie, The Inland Sea (1971; rpt. Berkeley: Stone Bridge Press, 2002), p. 156:
Travel hopefully broadens those who travel. It usually narrows those who have to deal with the travelers. Maybe they just see too many people—an experience that will always make one dissatisfied and irritable. I read somewhere that we only have tolerance for about fifty new people a day. After that we become snappish.

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