|from Maurice Sendak's In the Night Kitchen|
"I want to be alone and work until the day my heads hits the drawing table and I'm dead. Kaput," he says. "Everything is over. Everything that I called living is over. I'm very, very much alone. I don't believe in heaven or hell or any of those things. I feel very much like I want to be with my brother and sister again. They're nowhere. I know they're nowhere and they don't exist, but if nowhere means that's where they are, that's where I want to be."
The company known for its progressive politics is now giving money to the Heritage Foundation, the American Enterprise Institute, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Republican Governors Association, the GOP firm The David All Group, Crossroads Strategies, the Republican Attorneys General Association and the Republican State Leadership Committee, among others. On Thursday, Google and Fox News cosponsored a Republican presidential debate.
-- from Google Goes Red on Huffington Post
It's Banned Books Week.
Read a banned book or give one to your child to read for the first time.
In fact, the news is so gruesome nearly every day that I'm headed for my proverbial hills to read poetry, perhaps a copy of Sendak's In the Night Kitchen, too.