But apart from that, may I, very humbly, yet very sincerely, thank you from the bottom of my heart, for what seems to me to be one of the sanest
, ablest & yet utterly joyous pieces of writing our language can boast?
'And when I did Proof, perhaps the sanest
and most wonderfully lucid and content period of my life, I'm playing a madman.
The resulting ecological feel corresponds to what Lao Tzu may have had in mind when he wrote, "The sanest
man lays down no law [Reality 2], takes everything that happens [Reality 1] as it comes, as something to animate, not to appropriate."
Known as the Michael Owen option, it was probably the sanest
sentence in a hot-air balloon of a story.
(Boteach, the sometimes smarmy author of Kosher Sex and spiritual adviser to celebrities, emerged as one of the sanest
and most dignified figures in this particular debate.
Hunter was one of the sanest
men I have known--suicide aside, but suicide can be a rational option, ask Clint Eastwood--and his larger-than-life persona as part of the story was his way of shattering what he considered the myth of objectivity in journalism.
Although his ability to interact with others is limited, his thoughts on the world around him are just as precise as even the sanest
person in town.
Despite making a bad choice,Ahmed,a property investor, appears to be one of the sanest
Sharing the information as well as the video and audio seems like the sanest
way of covering these instant news events.
It's not just that Nuland, who seems in his books the sanest
of medicine men, suffered in his late thirties and his early forties from a depression so incapacitating that he was hospitalized for more than a year; that only the strenuous objections of a twenty-seven-year-old resident psychiatrist spared him from undergoing a lobotomy; or that he endured twenty treatments of electroshock before he finally stopped feeling guilty, inadequate, helpless, worthless, and obsessive-compulsive.
INTERESTING CHARACTER FACT: Undoubtedly the sanest
of the group which is quite worrying really.
Sarah Whitfield, the curator and art historian who organized this show for the Hayward, takes us through the crucial phases of Fontana's multifarious art, providing a generous sampling of work from throughout his career wi thout succumbing to overkill; and in her catalogue essay she is the sanest