Hugh P. Chrisp (1882 - 1971)Title: Brooklyn BridgeMedia: Pencil on Paper
If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it. — Toni Morrison (via tumbleword)
Remember one thing always — that there is no cause to be anxious in life, and all causes are just excuses. If you decide not to be anxious, then nothing will make you anxious; there is nothing worth it. Life is such a fleeting phenomenon that is going to disappear one day. Why be bothered too much about it? We are only here for so few days. Just play the game and remain aloof. If one can remain a witness, aloof, distant from things, then anxiety is not possible. Anxiety comes into existence only when we become identified with small things. And they all pass. — Osho (via peaceofshell)
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A place belongs forever
to whoever claims it hardest…
wrenches it from itself,
loves it so radically that he remakes it
in his image.
Joan Didion — Joan Didion (via rivergardenstudio)
ed: Scan of The Sydney Morning Herald I was in.
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Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall. — The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (via bookstorecouture)
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