sonnambulo asked: It's only great if you meet the deadline and feel proud... ;) Anyway that sounds like an excellent program if it enables you like that. Is it a night course? Well if you can read Dutch, I could send it to you. haha
I will remember your small room, the feel of you, the light in the window, your...– Charles Bukowski
sonnambulo asked: Sorry for the late rely, I've been caught up in finishing a short story these last days (still am really). Anyway I've noted your recommendation and I'll get back to you when I've read it. Once again, have a good weekend.
izxxcp asked: gorgeous blog
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sonnambulo asked: Thank you for answering. I primarily thought of music, because it's closest to me. But obviously literature, art and fashion harbor it as well. So could you recommend a solid/accessible/great book by Virginia Woolf? I happen to be making a list of books I should read and asking someone who's known with their work makes more sense than gambling on a title. Anyway enjoy your weekend.
The paradox: vulnerability is the last thing I want you to see in me and the...– Brene Brown (via weepling)
sonnambulo asked: What are some of your fav artists/bands? Does your interest for androgny influence that? Like David Bowie's Aladdin Sane.
And I’m deeply moved by the resilience, by the unfathomable mystery of the human...– Sherod Santos
The truth is, I often like women. I like their unconventionality. I like their...– Virginia Woolf
… language speaks, not humans. Humans only speak inasmuch as they respond to language. — Heidegger, 1994, Basic questions in philosophy: selected ‘problems’ of ‘logic’. Trans. R Rojcewicz & A Schuwer, Indiana University Press; p 96
‘There are three barriers to learning: One is misunderstood words’ — from Proem, Paul Magee, in Blast: Poetry and Other Critical Writings, no.7, March 2008
Ann Demeulemeester & Michael C. Pitt for the Selfridges Film Project
‘You’re under my skin Like a heroin shot into my veins’ - Katie