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A Wooden simulation of a water droplet as it impacts a body of water.
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A Wooden simulation of a water droplet as it impacts a body of water.


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There’s a soft spot in everything

Our fingers touch,
                                      the one place where everything breaks
When we press it just right.
The past is like that with its arduous edges and blind sides,
The whorls of our fingerprints
                                                              embedded along its walls
Like fossils the sea has left behind.

—Charles Wright, from “Two Stories,” The Other Side of the River (Random House, 1984)

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Bullitt (Original Score), Main Title - Lalo Schifrin

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On The Scene (by black opal_2005)

A Dancing Girl, India, Deccan, Golconda, ca. 1700
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A Dancing Girl, India, Deccan, Golconda, ca. 1700

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"And when old words die out on the tongue,
new melodies break forth from the heart;
and where the old tracks are lost,
new country is revealed with its wonders."

Rabindranath Tagore

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Chilled Avocado Soup

serves 4

olive oil
1 small onion
2 cloves garlic
1/2 inch fresh ginger, minced
a pinch of dried chilli
2 lime, juice
10 mint leaves
3 medium size avocados
1 cup water
salt & pepper

Mint olive oil: 
Stomp 15-20 mint leaves in a mortar, add 3 tbsp olive oil. Let it sit for a while before dripping it over the soup.

Add olive oil to a pan on medium heat. Sauté onion, garlic, ginger and chilli until soft.

Place in a blender together with the rest of the ingredients. Pulse it and taste, add more salt and water if needed. 

Top with a couple of drips of the Mint olive oil. Enjoy!

Nietzsche’s 10 rules for writers, laid out in a letter to the Russian-born intellectual Lou Andreas-Salomé, with whom he was in love.

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Okuribito (by [seya])

"Meet this transient world with neither grasping nor fear, trust the unfolding of life, and you will attain true serenity."

Jack Kornfield

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Ivan Mestrovic’s, Archangel Gabriel from a Brooklyn Museum Catalogue published in 1924.

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So come to the pond,
or the river of your imagination,
or the harbour of your longing,

and put your lips to the world.

And live
your life.


Mary Oliver, Red Bird

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