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librarian, lawyer, geek,
teacher, and all-round information activist,
periodically blogging about
information law and policy, science, the environment, atheism and religion, feminism and oppression, authority and autonomy.
And occasionally tea or cats or science fiction.
random quotes ... to amuse, inspire, enrage:
> Wage peace with your breath.
Breathe in firemen and rubble, breathe out whole buildings and flocks
of red wing blackbirds. Breathe in terrorists and breathe out sleeping
children and freshly mown fields.
Breathe in confusion and breathe out maple trees.
Breathe in the fallen and breathe out lifelong friendships intact.
Wage peace with your listening: hearing sirens, pray loud.
Remember your tools: flower seeds, clothes pins, clean rivers.
Play music, learn the word for thank you in three languages.
Learn to knit, and make a hat.
Think of chaos as dancing raspberries, imagine grief as the outbreath of
beauty or the gesture of fish.
Swim for the other side.
Never has the world seemed so fresh and precious.
Have a cup of tea and rejoice.
Act as if armistice has already arrived.
Don't wait another minute.
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