Tuesday, January 31, 2006

To know oneself as we know another

"When birding one morning at sunrise, I asked a bird I didn't know if he knew what kind of bird he was himself, and he said he didn't but he could always tell another bird of the same kind when he saw one." - Robert Frost in Antaeus - Journals.

1 comment:

Sheetal said...

Good to have you with us, Aasheesh.
That quote moved me.