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☺ A blog for birds… turned 4 today!

☺ A blog for birds… turned 4 today!

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April 16, 2014

"Tomorrow I am working with Chinese people. I love them. They love me."

Every book,” Annie Dillard has written, “has an intrinsic impossibility, which its writer discovers as soon as his first excitement dwindles. The problem … is insoluble … [a] prohibitive structural defect the writer wishes he had never noticed. He writes in spite of that.
My First Novel by David L. Ulin
Sometimes, maybe once a month, he would wake at an odd time in the night with a feeling close to panic. I’m never going anywhere, he would tell himself. I can struggle all I want, but I’m never going anywhere. Then, he would either force himself to go to his desk and write, or drink until he could no longer stay awake. Except for these times, he lived a quiet, untroubled life.
—"Honey Pie" - After the Quake - Haruki Murakami (via murakamistuff)

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snowce:

Vincent van Gogh, Wheat Field with Cypresses, 1889

This stirs my heart; even though through a computer screen

snowce:

Vincent van Gogh, Wheat Field with Cypresses, 1889

This stirs my heart; even though through a computer screen

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weissesrauschen:

Ron Mueck, Crouching Boy in Mirror

weissesrauschen:

Ron Mueck, Crouching Boy in Mirror

murakamistuff:

The Wind Up Bird Chronicle matches

murakamistuff:

The Wind Up Bird Chronicle matches

mpdrolet:

Untitled #174, 2013
Simen Johan

mpdrolet:

Untitled #174, 2013

Simen Johan

ivanspiration:

This talk by Charlie Kaufman has deeply touched me. His honesty, vulnerability, and poise combined with the words of wisdom he has to offer make for a powerful listen. Great take on creativity and the human condition.

Please listen

mpdrolet:

Julie Andrews, 1959
Cecil Beaton

mpdrolet:

Julie Andrews, 1959

Cecil Beaton