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"I wish you could live in my brain for a week. It is washed with the most violent waves of emotion. Do we then know nobody?—only our own version of them, which, as likely as not, are emanations from ourselves.'
Virginia Woolf
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quotelounge:

Good Vibes HERE
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mysteriouslesbian:

Always you…
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franflow:
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soyouthinkyoucansee:

rosa y rosas
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"I learned that it was in hard times that people usually changed the course of their life; in good times, they frequently only talked about change. Hard times forced them to overcome the doubts that normally gave them pause. It surprised me how often we hold ourselves back until we have no choice."
Po Bronson, What Should I Do with My Life? (via simply-quotes)
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Amber Valletta for Vogue Paris 1994
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But the real difficulties, the real arts of survival, seem to lie in more subtle realms. There, what’s called for is a kind of resilience of the psyche, a readiness to deal with what comes next. These captives lay out in a stark and dramatic way what goes on in every life: the transitions whereby you cease to be who you were. Sometimes an old photograph, an old friend, an old letter, will remind you that you are not who you once were, for that person who dwelt among them, valued this, chose that, wrote thus, no longer exists. Without noticing it you traversed a great distance; the strange has become familiar and the familiar if not strange at least awkward or uncomfortable, an out-grown garment.

Some people inherit values and practices as a house they inhabit; some of us have to burn down that house, find our own ground, build from scratch, even as a psychological metamorphosis. As a cultural metamorphosis the transition is far more dramatic.

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Rebecca Solnit, A Field Guide to Getting Lost (via penseesduchoeur)
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dappledwithshadow:

Egon Schiele, 1914
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