About Tony Fluharty

Graduated Easton High School, 1981<br />Easton, MD

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  • Tony shared from Mason & Dixon by Thomas Pynchon
    ‘Grape or Grain, but ne’er the Twain,’ as me Great-Uncle George observ’d to me more than once,— ‘Vine with Corn, beware the Morn.’ Of
  • Tony shared from Child of God (Vintage International) by Cormac McCarthy
    The hardwood trees on the mountain subsided into yellow and flame and to ultimate nakedness. An early winter fell, a cold wind sucked among the black and barren branches. Alone in the empty shell of a house the squatter watched through the moteblown glass a rimshard of bonecolored moon come cradling up over the black balsams on the ridge, ink trees a facile hand had sketched against the paler dark of winter heavens.
    Note: Falling into Cormac again!
  • Tony shared from Child of God (Vintage International) by Cormac McCarthy
    You never seen more contrary beasts than them was.
    Note: Hmm, must of been thinkin bout us humans.
  • Tony shared from An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor
    Prayer, according to Brother David, is waking up to the presence of God no matter where I am or what I am doing. When I am fully alert to whatever or whoever is right in front of me; when I am electrically aware of the tremendous gift of being alive; when I am able to give myself wholly to the moment I am in, then I am in prayer. Prayer is happening, and it is not necessarily something that I am doing. God is happening, and I am lucky enough to know that I am in The Midst.
    Note: This is prayer, beautifully stated.
  • Tony shared from For a Song and a Hundred Songs: A Poet's Journey Through a Chinese Prison by Liao Yiwu
    Liao Yiwu’s literary art is such that the sarcasm found in his sentences is always shown to be the other side of pain.