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  • The idea of "onlyness," of restriction, must bring matrimony to the mind of everyone.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 100, February 21, 1891

  • Those great Johnny Cash type charts like, the woods eats the woman and dumps her honey-body in the mud her dress floats down the well and it assumes the shape of the body of alittle girl yeah I recognize that girl she stumbled in some time last loneliness but I could not stand to touch her now my one and onlyness.

    September 2009

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  • "Onlyness is that thing that only that one individual can bring to a situation. It includes the journey and passions of each human. Onlyness is fundamentally about honoring each person: first as we view ourselves and second as we are valued. Each of us is standing in a spot that no one else occupies. That unique point of view is born of our accumulated experience, perspective, and vision." from Onlyness (the topic and the talk at TEDxHouston)

    April 13, 2016