be as careless with your own heartas you are careful of everyone else'slove and lose and learntread lightly on the earthbut try and put more into the potthan you take out
Those are lines of mine above. Much to my astonishment, my yoga teacher quoted the first two during Saturday's class.
We must not be frightened nor cajoledinto accepting evil as deliverance from evil.We must go on struggling to be human,though monsters of abstractionpolice and threaten us.
More good stuff, from an American poet called Robert Hayden with whom I was unfamiliar until yesterday. I got it, of all places, from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, when Dua Lipa asked him how his faith and his comedy overlapped.