There is nothing to say that is totally okay. The previous statement is invalidated by itself.
The day which we fear as our last is but the birhday of eternity
It’s the duty of a comedian to find out where the line is drawn and then step over it.
George Carlin (via eltigrechico)
I’m finding the quote as “I think it’s the duty of the comedian to find out where the line is drawn and cross it deliberately” but same idea.
We’re all running away from something we lost, some idealized moment in the past when everything was right. It hurts us so bad to remember it, but the sky shone brightly and the air was fresh. Birds chirped while ice tinkled lightly in the lemonade glass of someone who had just finished mowing their lawn. You were probably out there somewhere smiling and laughing, playing in the grass with your friends.
But it’s just an illusion. That place was the moment now and now is just as dingy as any other moment. Someone is living out their idealized childhood and you are living out your slow decay, so enjoy today, for it is one of the days for which you were made.
Ship «Empress Maria» in storm
Ivan Alvazovsky 1892
Athanasius Kircher, born May 2 1602, was a true polymath. One of his most interesting works is his Musurgia Universalis in which he connects musical harmonics to the mathematical proportions of the universe.
In need of more smiley faces? Apparently.
Palettes Of Famous Painters
Eugène Delacroix, Paul Gauguin, Edgar Degas, Vincent Van Gogh, Gustave Moreau, Alexander Nurulaeff