Source : Ina May Gaskin (2011). “Birth Matters: How What We Don't Know About Nature, Bodies, and Surgery Can Hurt Us”, p.6, Seven Stories Press
“There is nothing in the world like going out onto an untouched, open, virgin mountain slope drenched under a thick blanket of new powder snow. It gives a supreme feeling of freedom, mobility. A great sense of flying, moving anywhere in a great white paradise.”
“I write for one and only one purpose, to overcome the invincible ignorance of the traduced heart. [â€¦] I wish to speak to and for those who have had enough of the Social Lie, the Economics of Mass Murder, the Sexual Hoax, and the Domestication of Conspicuous Consumption.”
Source : Preface to the second edition of "The Art of Worldly Wisdom" by Kenneth Rexroth, 1953.