at Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
At a certain point in your life, probably when too much of it has gone by… you will open your eyes and see yourself for who you are… especially for everything that made you so different from all the awful normals. And you will say to yourself… But I am this person. And in that statement, that correction, there will be a kind of love.
—Miss Dodger, Phoebe in Wonderland (via starsandbutterflies)
Create the best for the most for the least.
—Charles Eames (via starsandbutterflies)
What gives value to travel is fear. It is the fact that, at a certain moment, when we are so far from our own country we are seized by a vague fear, and an instinctive desire to go back to the protection of old habits. This is the most obvious benefit of travel. At that moment we are feverish but also porous, so that the slightest touch makes us quiver to the depths of our being. We come across a cascade of light, and there is eternity.
—Albert Camus “The Notebooks”, The Next Time You Travel…Travel With Fear
There’s no such thing as an unwritten life; only a badly written one.
—Stephen Bloom, “The Brothers Bloom”
You’d think the dreamers find the dreamers, and the realists find the realists. But more often than not, the opposite is true. You see, the dreamers need the realists to keep them from soaring too close to the sun. And the realists, well without the dreamers, they might not ever get off the ground
—Cam, Modern Family. (via beat-on-repeat)
To infinity and beyond.
If people sat outside and looked at the stars each night, I'll bet they'd live a lot differently.
Well, when you look into infinity, you realize that there are more important things than what people do all day.