Saturday, October 15, 2005
Walker Percy quote:
from "Lost in the Cosmos: the Last Self-Help Book"--
(p. 44) "Modern man has lost his way, has not the faintest notion who he is or what he is doing, and nothing short of catastrophe will bring him to his senses. At the height of a hurricane, husbands come to themselves and can even embrace their wives. During hurricane Camille, one Biloxi couple, taking refuge in a tree house, reported that, during the passage of the eye, they had intercourse for the first time in years."
Posted by John Zahl at 2:23 PM