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October 11 2018

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October 02 2018

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September 28 2018

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hyper-reality by Keiichi Matsuda

pretty sure I already posted this, but it's getting closer...

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September 14 2018

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August 18 2018

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July 09 2018

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June 12 2018

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Language is a pleasure, after all. Bilingualism strikes me as a kind of synesthesia. Instead of seeing colors associated with letters and words, instead of hearing melodies, what I hear with language is the play and echo of the other language. The option to say it differently, and thus to live it differently. Language is not only a means of communication or description. It’s a framework in which we process existence.Yi writes: “It is hard to feel in an adopted language, yet it is impossible in my native language.” As every bilingual person and translator knows, there are certain words—a feeling, a way of being—that is absent in one language but perfectly brought to life in another. A word that, by existing, gives permission to be. What if you need that which does not exist in your language?
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May 28 2018

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% will i ever
% hold myself dear?
% she tells me
% >   don't take this
% >   it's your life
% but is it?
% aren't we one?
% isn't it ours?

May 27 2018

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May 21 2018

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jonyorkblog:

David Lynch
Lithos, 2007-2009

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April 28 2018

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April 27 2018

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Dust, stars, and cosmic rays swirling around Comet 67P, captured by the Rosetta probe.
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April 14 2018

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"I did examine myself. Solitude did increase my perception. But here’s the tricky thing—when I applied my increased perception to myself, I lost my identity. With no audience, no one to perform for, I was just there. There was no need to define myself; I became irrelevant. The moon was the minute hand, the seasons the hour hand. I didn’t even have a name. I never felt lonely. To put it romantically: I was completely free."

-- Christopher Thomas Knight, The North Pond Hermit

src: The Strange & Curious Tale of the Last True Hermit

March 27 2018

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March 11 2018

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March 05 2018

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Bischofswerda, 18.02.2018
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February 25 2018

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February 06 2018

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