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Strange light

Strange light

“We come out of nowhere, don’t we, in the sense that we’re a total accident. Our parents met. There’s the accident. And, you know, we’re born. Obviously, we come from someplace physiologically. And then comes the emergence of our being, which is the psychological and spiritual emergence of our being that takes time, experience, education of a certain kind with parents and neighbors and teachers and relatives and from one another humanly. And this slow emergence of our psychological being and our spiritual being is itself a great mystery. And mystery, you bet — mystery is a great challenge. It’s an invitation, and it’s a wonderful companion, actually.”

— Robert Coles, in The Inner Lives of Children. (via beingblog)
proprpostur:

decor. (at whoshotyah.com)

proprpostur:

decor. (at whoshotyah.com)

Egon with your bad self. 

Egon with your bad self. 

vitazur:

Kees Van Dongen

vitazur:

Kees Van Dongen

99percentinvisible:

Selections from “Killer Heels,” a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum.

themotifeye:

Paul Kaloustian,
House in a forest

sigh

themotifeye:

Paul Kaloustian,

House in a forest

sigh

“It’s scary to think that there are words meant for me but were never said to me.”

— jenn satsune  (via thatkindofwoman)
nubise:

more here x

nubise:

more here x

saksafridi:

#paris #rain

saksafridi:

#paris #rain

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