the african-american poet, academic and activist, amiri baraka, who died yesterday at the age of 79, was an intellectual troublemaker, to be sure; and that's a compliment. • via the guardian • rest in peace, A.B.
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Wisdom! I would add that people are for themselves most of the time. Occasionally when the right emotions are triggered people do things for others. Conversely, some people really are against you. The trick is to know how to tell the difference. - JW
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