Linda L Lauby
What do you have to offer that I couldn’t get without you?
It Takes a Crane to Build a Crane
Life on Earth does not Require Compromise
Whose consciousness creates reality?
You will find the Answers within the Subject
Wisdom Without Kindness is Useless
Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities.
The question isn't who is going to let me; it's who is going to stop me.
One may appreciate a philosophy without agreeing with it.
"It’s the end," she said. "It’s the beginning," he answered.
none may obtain values from others by resorting to physical force
The End of Reason
To Think, to Work and to Keep the Results
The ineffable monster destroying the world is not an entity but a vacuum
The Supreme Attractiveness of an Agile Mind
To see Oneself as an End in Oneself
...nor ask another man to live for him
The Most Depraved Type of Human Being is the Man Without a Purpose
It Takes Two Floors to Make a story
The Removal of a Threat is not a Reward
Adam Ant IS Adamant
Mindless Men Rattle Frantically in that Lightless Emptiness
Nothing is absolute. Metal rails are.
Das Sehr Gut
The Man Who Could Stop the Engine of the World
Overpass in Blue
Free Minds & Free Markets [Shockoe Bottom Farmers' Market]
The means by which to correct a weakness cannot be worse than the original weakness
A Window to Roy
While helping to build LuLu's Restaurant in Richmond, Virginia I completed a series of industrial images, many of which are included in this "Tribute to Ayn Rand." Several of the pieces are straight photographs, while others are composite images. In some respects, this art is a sociological study; it captures the "bones" of a city's railroads and its related structures, the enduring -- though decaying -- symbols of what made this country great. The structures associated with railroads seem to have an almost magical effect on people. For some, they hearken back to a time in their youth -- they’re nostalgic reminders of hiking down tracks during summer vacation or of a college job spent painting trestles. They’re a testament to the workers who helped develop this country and they’re lasting symbols of strength and endurance. For me, these structures evoke heroism, idealism and great romance.