Aphorisms at a 6:11 Pace

108. The tragedy of the American woman: It wasn’t enough to be the gatekeeper of the species. She wanted also to be a man.

167. We might say the world is wonderful, and mean something by it, if only there was less to say about it. But what then would we do about it?

171. The man who sits and has a word for everything: the liar.

192. My concern is with what is invisible--with what cannot be bought and sold. My hope is to understand it through action--to sweat out what the philosophers have said.

199. The longer a man sits the larger his vocabulary.

222. No physical training will harden the body like silence. Nothing will weaken it more than talking about a woman.

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