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Ordinary life has come to seem torpid and drab

davidkanigan:

We online denizens come to need these regular low-level jolts and get antsy without them. That’s why I was tweeting in the bathroom. That’s why your friends around the table at the bar are all staring at their phones. Ordinary life has come to seem torpid and drab relative to the cascade of affirmations we find in contingent online communication.

~ David Roberts, One Man’s Year of Digital Detox

It’s not something I ‘do’,
it’s something I must do.

Lori Ferguson, on Reading & Writing (via davidkanigan)

The bravest thing I ever did was continuing my life when I wanted to die.

Juliette Lewis  (via awake-n)

Untouchable deliciousness

davidkanigan:

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I confess that I consider life
to be a thing of the most
untouchable deliciousness.

~ Rainer Maria Rilke

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Writers who make me want to throw my hands up and give up because they are just that amazing

davidkanigan:

I put writers into two categories:
writers who make me want to write and
writers who make me want to throw up my hands and
give up because they are just that amazing.

— TJ Jarrett, interviewing Nicole Sealey for Tupelo Quarterly’s Women in Form

So I will always lean my heart as close to your soul as I can.

Hafiz (via shaktilover)

And the Days Go By: Twenty-Five Years of Poetry (1988-2013)

I’m excited to announce I’ve just published my first book of poetry.  You can purchase it through Amazon.  It is available in paperback or Kindle versions. Thank you for your support!  Karen

This sky
where we live
is no place
to lose your wings.
So love, love,
love….

Hafiz (via shaktilover)

Difficult times have helped me to understand better than before how infinitely rich and beautiful life is in every way, and that so many things that one goes worrying about are of no importance whatsoever.

Karen Blixen (via heresay)