“We’ve lost a tiger to the wilds.”
“Crying was refreshment for his soul. After he had cried to his heart’s content, heaven and earth would comfort him. When the tears were dry, his spirit would come forth from the clouds clean and fresh.”
“I always like those moments of epiphany when you know the next destination.”
Maybe I’d change “destination” to “direction.”
“I play 1-on-1 full court.”
“We’re living in a rare cosmic instant.”
If I keep my Armor of Apathy on, then it’s safe to ride the bad train until the end and see where it goes.
This is how we do “Milton” in my workplace.