The Warmth in One's Spine

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Jun 4
“When one wants to be profoundly oneself, one puts oneself on a plane that is partly incommunicable.” Yves Bonnefoy (via theparisreview)

May 8
“Once more, if Nature had given a scope for things
To be forever broken more and more,
By now the bodies of matter would have been
So far reduced by breakings in old days
That from them nothing could, at season fixed,
Be born, and arrive its prime and of life.”

Lucretius, On The Nature of Things

The most beautiful parts of humanity up against the realities of nature. 2000 years ago, goosebumps now.


“When you’re working very hard you’re not lonely; you are the whole damn world.” Shelby Foote (via theparisreview)

May 6
iloveoldmagazines:

Infoworld 
1984 Vol. 6, No. 13

iloveoldmagazines:

Infoworld

1984 Vol. 6, No. 13


Apr 27
“Love loves to love love. Nurse loves the new chemist. Constable 14A loves Mary Kelly…. Jumbo, the elephant, loves Alice, the elephant. Old Mr. Verschoyle with the ear trumpet loves old Mrs. Verschoyle with the turnedin eye…. His Majesty the King loves Her Majesty the Queen…. You love a certain person. And this person loves that other person because everybody loves somebody but God loves everybody.” Ulysses

Apr 23
“Our plans miscarry because they have no aim. When a man does not know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind.” Seneca (via historical-nonfiction)

(via historical-nonfiction)


Apr 22
Venn diagram of ballet and environmental science (as an academic subject)

Venn diagram of ballet and environmental science (as an academic subject)


Apr 14

Leonid Brahilovsky - The Blue Moscow, 1920th

Leonid Brahilovsky - The Blue Moscow, 1920th

(via scyrius)


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