It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. —
Aristotle (via dolliecrave)
I will reblog this quote every single time it appears in my dash.
We are the universe pretending to be individuals. — Deepak Chopra (via ohfairies)
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Mohandas Ghandi, Attorney at Law. C.1893
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One should sit quietly and let the thing invent itself. — Iris Murdoch, from “The Art of Fiction No. 117,” The Paris Review (Summer 1990, No. 115)
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A non-writing writer is a monster courting insanity. —
Franz Kafka (via blackpaint20)
That’s not entirely true. A non-writing writer is just a slower monster than a chain-writer. We both court insanity in different speeds & densities.
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Let me glimpse inside your velvet bones. — Edgar Allan Poe (via r-is-for-raven)
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Figure XVIII, Hans Aeschbacher, 1959.
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Solar Eclipse (Photograph), April 17, 1912.