four happiness

‘We must be indifferent to good an evil, really indifferent; that is to say, we must turn the light of attention equally on each of them. Then the good will triumph by an automatic phenomenon.’ It is precisely this superior automatism which has to be created; it is not obtained by tightening up the self and ‘going beyond one’s capacity (forçant son talent) for doing good (nothing is more degrading than a noble action performed in an unworthy spirit) but by arriving through self-effacement and love at that state of perfect docility to grace whence goodness spontaneously emanates.

–       Gustave Thibon on Simone Weil


Princess Stewart – I’m Not Going to Let Nobody Stop Me

Lee Andrews – Cold Grey Dawn

Jessie Mae Hemphill – She-Wolf

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