Thursday, December 23, 2004

Everyone knows one must never read one's high school journals later in life unless one's got an abnormally high threshold for pleasurable self-humiliation, but I figured mid-college journals might be OK. Wrong! On the very first page I peeked at through leery fingers, I spied this quotation (source not cited) written down with apparent approval and affection: "There's a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." Oh, the pith! Funny, I don't remember scouring Reader's Digest's "Words to Live By" or whatever it's called section for wisdom while at school.


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