A life in aphorisms
Restlessness and discontent are the necessities of progress. The first forty years of life give us the text; the next thirty supply the commentary on it. Very few of us are what we seem. One can be the master of what one does, but never of what one feels. The only real progress lies in learning to be wrong all alone. I quote others only in order the better to express myself. I quote others...
You’re wondering if I’m lonely: OK then, yes, I’m lonely as a plane rides lonely and level on its radio beam, aiming across the Rockies for the blue-strung aisles of an airfield on the ocean You want to ask, am I lonely? Well, of course, lonely as a woman driving across country day after day, leaving behind mile after mile little towns she might have stopped and lived and died in, lonely If I’m...
The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known...– Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (via bornreadygeneration)
I want that choked up feeling in your throat which maybe comes from despair or...– Cindy Sherman (via thesearenotdistractions)
My life, currently.
Choreographing to “Call Your Girlfriend” (92 dancers have signed up as of 3 hours ago) Facilitating FemSex (!) Working on that never ending reading list Moving rooms Planning Spring Concert Job hunting Trying to save money Photographing Biking Day dreaming
She was beautiful, but she was beautiful in the way a forest fire was beautiful.– Neil Gaiman (via katherinerebeccanoble)
Picking Cotton →
This Convocation speech sounds like it will be really, really interesting. Wow.
Carleton alum love!
I know you think this world is too dark to even dream in colour, but I’ve seen...– Andrea Gibson, “The Moon is a Kite” (via thehistoryoflove)