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February 07 2018

In her grandest form, she was covered in gold, iridescent jewels flowing. In her greatest form, she was barefoot in white cotton, the river-drenched skirts and grass stains her only adornment.
— Celestial Dynasty (via aureat)

February 05 2018

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January 31 2018

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January 30 2018

She was not in the mood to think clearly about any one’s state of mind. She was however in the mood to say straight out whatever occurred to her without fear of the consequences.
— Virginia Woolf (via quotemadness )
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Henrik Simonsen (1974, Danish- Germany )

January 29 2018

If someone else’s happiness is your happiness, that is love.
— Lana Del Rey
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January 27 2018

Socrates said, “The misuse of language induces evil in the soul.” He wasn’t talking about grammar. To misuse language is to use it the way politicians and advertisers do, for profit, without taking responsibility for what the words mean. Language used as a means to get power or make money goes wrong: it lies. Language used as an end in itself, to sing a poem or tell a story, goes right, goes towards the truth.
A writer is a person who cares what words mean, what they say, how they say it. Writers know words are their way towards truth and freedom, and so they use them with care, with thought, with fear, with delight. By using words well they strengthen their souls. Story-tellers and poets spend their lives learning that skill and art of using words well. And their words make the souls of their readers stronger, brighter, deeper.
— Ursula K. Le Guinm (via jonnoxvxrevanche)

January 26 2018

We are all broken, that’s how the light gets in.
— Ernest Hemingway (via henretta84)

January 25 2018

What is the meaning of life? That was all- a simple question; one that tended to close in on one with years, the great revelation had never come. The great revelation perhaps never did come. Instead, there were little daily miracles, illuminations, matches struck unexpectedly in the dark; here was one.
— Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse
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Kawase Hasui (Japanese, 1883-1957)
Rain At Okutama River

January 24 2018

Have patience with all things but first with yourself. Never confuse your mistakes with your value as a human being. You are perfectly valuable, creative, worthwhile person simply because you exist.
— Saint Frances de Sales
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My edit | Original
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January 22 2018

My father had taught me to be nice first, because you can always be mean later, but once you’ve been mean to someone, they won’t believe the nice anymore. So be nice, be nice, until it’s time to stop being nice, then destroy them.
Laurell K. Hamilton, A Stroke of Midnight
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A flower and a bud of lotus
among wet leaves.
January 18, 2018

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