And I would imagine Shakespeare and Mozart and Albert Einstein were also very strange. I think it must be very hard to have a cognitive process that really only in some ways resembles the cognitive processes of most of your fellow human beings. And the ability to see things that no one else can see, on one level, is a blessing — it’s certainly a blessing for the rest of us when something is made of it — but it also must be a kind of curse, because it seals you up in a world that only you can see.

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There is no remedy for love but to love more.
Henry David Thoreau (via mikefrawley)

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sometimesagreatnotion:

What it must be like to be an angel
or a squirrel, we can imagine sooner.

The last time we go to bed good,
they are there, lying about darkness.

They dandle us once too often,
these friends who become our enemies.

Suddenly one day, their juniors
are as old as we yearn to be.

They get…

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neohippie-:

What if money were no object?

Preach! 

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neohippie-:

What if money were no object?

Preach! 

(Source: justaskinnyboy.com)

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artchipel:

Fred Eerdekens - Life itself is not enough. Clothing, glass, steel, light projectors,  700 x 120 x 90cm (1999)
[Tumblr Monday with showslow]

artchipel:

Fred Eerdekens - Life itself is not enough. Clothing, glass, steel, light projectors,  700 x 120 x 90cm (1999)

[Tumblr Monday with showslow]

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