THE NONSENSICAL RAVINGS OF A LUNATIC MIND

Studio Enjoy: Supaman - ‘Prayer Loop Song’

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"There"

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“There” is a place where I am one of many.

“There” is a place where what I have to offer is needed. And it feels good to be needed.

I am well respected for what I do and seen as a taste-maker within my community of other taste-makers.

I admire them and they admire me, too.

I have my skills and they, theirs.

I am creative, and we are creative.

I create, and we create.

And together we create gold.

“There” is a place where form meets function. I know this because I have had a say in both.

“There” is a place where curiosity is endless and the “right” questions are asked. There are, of course, seldom “wrong” questions, but the kind I’m talking about spur deep and meaningful conversations.
Conversations that lead to the connection of human beings and the generation of great ideas.
Conversations that touch the heart and awaken the soul.
Conversations that are stimulated, cultivated and fostered by virtue of being “there”.

“There” is a place where collaboration and follow through are fundamental to it’s core.

“There” is a place where freedom and flexibility and hard work and long nights and full days and both community and individuals and consciousness and creativity and desire and fun and laughter, song, dance and play, and you and I are invited to thrive.

“There” is a place, and I am headed there.

Wont you come with me?

I saw her last night. 
I saw the moon. 
She didn’t say anything in particular.
But she was there. 
Just doing her thing. 
I saw her. 
And boy did she look good.

I saw her last night.
I saw the moon.
She didn’t say anything in particular.
But she was there.
Just doing her thing.
I saw her.
And boy did she look good.

Euginia Loli

Aisle or Window.

Connection from Phobos to Deimos. 

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Vija Celmins - Night Sky

1. Etching on paper (1987)
2. Drypoint on paper (2002)
3. Oil on linen (2001)
4. Woodcut printed on paper (1997)
5. Mezzotint on paper (1985) 

(Source: mydarkenedeyes, via isawtoday)

Haruki Murkami

jblakee:

“There are people who drive luxury cars, but have only second- or third-rate sofas in their homes. I put little trust in such people. An expensive automobile may be well worth its price, but its only an expensive automobile. If you have the money, you can buy it, anyone can buy it. Procuring a good sofa, on the other hand, requires style and experience and philosophy. It takes money, yes, but you also need a vision of the superior sofa. That sofa among sofas.”