Today in microfashion…
"There are two books in America: one for the poor and one for the rich. The poor person does a crime, and gets 40 years. A rich person gets a slap on the wrist for the same crime. They say that the poor person doesn’t want to work and the poor person just wants a handout. Well I picked cotton until I was thirteen, left Alabama and got my education in the streets of New York. I drove a long distance truck all my life and never once drew welfare, never once took food stamps either. I sent four kids to college. But they say all poor people do is sit around with a quart of beer. Look in this bag next to me. I’ve got three things in this bag next to me: a Red Bull, a Pepsi, and Draino, because my drain is clogged. But you see, even if I do everything right, I still have to play by the poor book.”
"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?"
"When a wave comes, go deep."
"I think I’m going to need an explanation for that one."
"There’s three things you can do when life sends a wave at you. You can run from it, but then it’s going to catch up and knock you down. You can also fall back on your ego and try to stand your ground, but then it’s still going to clobber you. Or you can use it as an opportunity to go deep, and transform yourself to match the circumstances. And that’s how you get through the wave.”
"If you’re opening a business just for the money, you’ll fail. There’s too much work before the money comes. Your heart needs to be in it."
"I get anxious when things are going too well, because it doesn’t seem sustainable."
"He’s not as adventurous as I am. He really enjoys his routine. But if I ever want to try something new, like this, he’ll dress up and carry the picnic basket. "
Yoga poses are a way for people to connect with many aspects of the world. Ancient yogis put a lot of thought into what poses should be called — based on what they look like and what they represent.
Tumblr on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/78026836