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“A Lifetime Can Well Be Spent Correcting and Improving One’s Own Faults Without Bothering About Others.”

“A Lifetime Can Well Be Spent Correcting and Improving One’s Own Faults Without Bothering About Others.”

 

“A lifetime can well be spent correcting and improving one’s own faults without bothering about others.”
-- Edward Weston, Daybooks, February 4, 1928

I love Weston's photography, and I love reading his written work. If you want to learn more about Weston, a fascinating, gorgeous book is Edward Weston: The Flame of Recognition (Aperture Monograph).

* A thoughtful reader sent me the link to Crazy Aunt Purl -- "the true-life diary of a thirty-something, newly divorced, displaced Southern obsessive-compulsive knitter who has four cats. (Because nothing is sexier than a divorced woman with four cats.)" Funny stuff!

* Join the happiness discussion on Facebook. Lots of interesting conversation there.

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