Live. Love. Be.

To Define an Inhalation

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Working so Hard at Relaxing.

The last two months… Well, three actually, have been so life altering. I’ve been working so hard am not even close to where I want to be. But how far I’ve come.

So very far.

And I can’t ever express the gratitude for every step.

The to-do list is long and the time is short but the things worth doing will be done if it doesn’t kill me first. So very happy.

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"You."

[In Mid-Argument]
Me:
I mean, I just don't get what you want anymore.
Him:
What do you mean?
Me:
I mean, what do you want?
Him:
I want you.
Me:
I hate you. I can't even fight with you.

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recommendedreading:

"Escaping melancholia is as unnatural as fasting or chastity. It is Culture along with the powers that be who have convinced us that smiling, which, as everyone knows, not only feels but also looks unnatural, is the face’s most positive expression. Chasing Culture’s promise of Happiness—a mirage, at best—is as ludicrous and destined to failure as those imbecile rodents who follow each other off a cliff."
From “Unhappiness, Guanajuato” by Pablo Piñero Stillmann. Recommended by Bodega.
Read it for free tomorrow at Recommended Reading.
 

The picture is from a fantastic film, Melancholia.

recommendedreading:


"Escaping melancholia is as unnatural as fasting or chastity. It is Culture along with the powers that be who have convinced us that smiling, which, as everyone knows, not only feels but also looks unnatural, is the face’s most positive expression. Chasing Culture’s promise of Happiness—a mirage, at best—is as ludicrous and destined to failure as those imbecile rodents who follow each other off a cliff."


From “Unhappiness, Guanajuato” by Pablo Piñero Stillmann. Recommended by Bodega.


Read it for free tomorrow at Recommended Reading.



The picture is from a fantastic film, Melancholia.