Henry Miller Memorial Library

Big Sur, California
Why are we so full of restraint? Why do we not give in all directions? Is it fear of losing ourselves? Until we do lose ourselves there is no hope of finding ourselves.

Exclusive street graffiti from 662 Driggs — yep, Miller’s childhood home in Brooklyn…

Just yesterday, a friend of ours was strolling by 662 Driggs in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, also known as where Henry Miller grew up.  Scrawled in chalk on the sidewalk in front of it was the following: “Imagination is the voice of the daring – Henry Miller.”

Pretty cool stuff.

In fact, our thoughts go our to Brooklyn brethren.  It’s really cold out there right now!  (That said, we hear Williamsburg is particularly magnificent in the Springtime.   Hmm…..)


One Response

  1. Not Psychic says:

    This post might be more interesting if the image worked.