This belongs to Damen.
I love Henry David Thoreau and found this in a book called Letters to a Spiritual Seeker. It’s a collection of letters that Thoreau wrote to Blake. Not sure of the font. I gave the quote to the artist and said if you have any ideas go for it. This is what he came up with and I loved it. I just wanted the punctuation to stay the say because this is how it was written in the book.
Do not be too moral. You may cheat yourself out of much life so. Aim above morality. Be not simply good; be good for something. All fables, indeed, have their morals; but the innocent enjoy the story.
– Written by Henry David Thoreau in a letter to Harrison Blake at Worcester on March 27, 1848 from Concord