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How do we forgive ourselves for all of the things we did not become?

"14 Lines from Love Letters or Suicide Notes" by David ‘Doc’ Luben 

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If someday the moon calls you by your name don’t be surprised,
Because every night I tell her about you.

Shahrazad al-Khalij 

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Had a nice drive through utah today 🌿

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Photo David Marinos

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"And as things fell apart, nobody paid much attention."
Recent picture taken in Gaza.

It’s my birthday tomorrow!!!!!


Hatsuhana’s gonna have it her way or nothing at all
Hatsuhana doing penance under the Tonosawa waterfall, Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1798 - 1861) / Waterfalls, TLC


Tatiana Blass - Penelope, 2012

Penelope is a recent installation from Tatiana Blass – the name for the exhibit is taken from Homer’s Odyssey. Penelope was Odysseus’ wife and she remained faithful for twenty years while he was away at war. To keep her suitors at bay, she kept herself busy for three years weaving a burial shroud for her father-in-law while secretly unweaving parts of it at night. She promised she would choose one when she was done but delayed it to remain faithful.

The exhibit was designed to fill the Chapel of Morumbi in São Paulo, Brazil, where Blass lives and works. Inside the chapel, a loom sits on the altar. One side has a long red carpet that leads to the door. On the other side of the loom, the chaotic strings of tangled red yarn continue through the holes of the chapel walls to the covered yard outside. The viewer is left to wonder if the piece is being woven or unraveled, like the story of Penelope goes.

Caroline Williamson

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Louis Garrel & Léa Seydoux in La belle personne (2008), dir.Christophe Honoré.