When I first met you I thought of this book…
I think it must be because of planning and Britishness (in the best way)
To a good and gentle friend,
Thank you for all your help recently – it’s really appreciated.
P.S. This is the book that I would like to film – a project for the future!
“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.”
(The fox to the Little Prince, in “The Little Prince” by A. de Sainte-Exupery.)
I’m going to be talking book dedications this Wednesday, April 3rd, at the North London Literary Festival.
Full details here: http://northlondonlitfest.com/2014/03/26/2nd-of-april-2-30pm-w-b-gooderham/
I thought that something somewhat nostalgia-enhancing was in order, even if your own experience of early morning London is probably for the most part through pretty knackered post-club eyes (see page 100 for the Raver’s Eye View of the world after Fabric).
I will miss your presence on such mornings (and indeed on the nights which will proceed [sic] them) terribly, but I’m really happy for you and for Pook too.
Best of Luck in this new venture.
I hope it won’t be too long till I see you again.
Lots of Love,
I’ve so enjoyed teaching you this year and wish you every success in all that you do
As Shakespeare said (and he is never wrong!) “Brevity is the soul of wit”. Remember this in everything you write – choose words wisely and use as few words as possible. But really, it has been a pleasure teaching you these two years. Best wishes for the future.
Hell hath no limits, nor is it circumscrib’d / In one self place, but where are is hell
The intense horror of nightmare came over me
Seek happiness in tranquillity and avoid ambition, even if it be only the apparently innocent one of distinguishing yourself in science and discoveries