Silence is so accurate.– Mark Rothko (Thank you zunnny)
But paradise is locked and bolted… We must make a journey around the world to...– Heinrich von Kleist, “On the Puppet Theater” (via brightestamongthecolors) (via invisiblestories)
I do not believe in creation, but in discovery, and I don’t believe in the...– Frederico Garcia Lorca (Courtesy of Slow Muse)
…wabi-sabi is an aesthetic of poverty and loneliness, imperfection and...– From Six Names of Beauty by Crispin Sartwell (via sacredgraffiti)
For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.– Carl Sagan, Contact (via symphonyno2inem)
The function of the imagination is not to make strange things settled but to...– G.K. Chesterton (posted by Original Heart Studio)
Gabriel Fauré - Pie Jesu (from the wonderful...
Loveliest of what I leave behind is the sunlight, And loveliest after that, the...– Praxilla of Sicyon, 5th century B.C.
Richard Thompson: On Becoming a Sufi →
“What it was really,” he says, “I had been waiting as long as I could remember for an appropriate way to thank God. Simple as that. I wanted to say thanks for life and creation for being here and I didn’t know how to do it. It sounds pretty basic but as I prayed for the first time, I felt an overwhelming sense that this was what I had needed: to put my head down on the ground and feel I...
If people can be educated to see the lowly side of their own natures, it may be...– Carl Jung (New Paths in Psychology) (via swiminseas, heartmindspirit & dreaminginthedeepsouth)
But that’s what the real lie consists of, that’s the crime: lying to oneself,...– Eugene Ionesco, Fragments of a Journal (via invisiblestories)
Three things in life are important. The first is to be kind, the second is to...– Henry James