The stars are falling like rain.


And some people feel the rain while others just get wet (Marley).

Twenty year-old girl, Lisa, from Boston, MA. INFP. Fan of the diggable tsac.

This Unexpected Friendship Between Meerkats And A Photographer Will Brighten Your Day
    "It is important that students bring a certain ragamuffin, barefoot irreverence to their studies; they are not here to worship what is known, but to question it."
    —Jacob Bronowski
      "As soon as we have the thing before our eyes, and in our hearts an ear for the word, thinking prospers."
      —Heidegger
        "…Where the truth of Being, disclosedness, happens. In the work of art, such disclosedness is compellingly experienced—perhaps most of all in the work of poetry. In poetry, we are less disposed to manipulate things or reduce them to our own technical-scientific, qualitative frames of reference; we are encouraged rather to let things be what they are and show their many-sidedness."
        —David Farrell Krell, Martin Heidegger: Basic Writings, "Being Dwelling Thinking"
          "A kiss can beautify souls, hearts, and thoughts."
          —Quote from tsac’s Chinese fortune-cookie paper.
            "haha that’ll be the day im an old man with whiskey wet vocal chords dried on a clothes line like a raisin in the sun"
            —tsac when asked to sing a Tom Waits song to regain manly badge after admitting a childhood celebrity crush on Lindsay Lohan based on Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005), 07 April 2014 (M).
              "The undulating grain and irregularities in the wood in my home beckon gently to my animal flesh, echoing the wavelike lines around my knuckles and the knots in my muscled shoulders, evoking the imperfect and improvisational character of all earthborn beings. It is a character also present in stone and in the unseen currents rippling the clouds outside that window, and the cracks slowly spreading in the painted plaster of these walls (as gravity quietly invites the house to settle more intimately into the ground). There’s an affinity between my body and the sensible presences that surround me…"
              —David Abram’s Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology.
                "Certain built structures may invite and enhance the erotic pulse of the ground (like many earthen adobes, and thatch-roofed huts, and even a few unusually eloquent skyscrapers); others may muffle and mute that pulse, but they cannot, I think, immobilize the pulse entirely. Every solid thing, whether a toothpick or a trumpet, a porcelain plate of a helicopter, is fashioned from materials birthed by the earth."
                —David Abram’s Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology.
                  creese:

Michael Creese, Mount Hood (2014), oil on canvas.

                  creese:

                  Michael Creese, Mount Hood (2014), oil on canvas.

                    creese:

Michael Creese, New Zealand Sunset (2012), oil on canvas.

                    creese:

                    Michael Creese, New Zealand Sunset (2012), oil on canvas.

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Michael Creese, Emerald Twilight (2010), oil on canvas.

                      creese:

                      Michael Creese, Emerald Twilight (2010), oil on canvas.

                        creese:

Michael Creese, Blue Moon (2014), oil on canvas.

                        creese:

                        Michael Creese, Blue Moon (2014), oil on canvas.

                          creese:

Michael Creese, Mountain Lake (2014), oil on canvas.

                          creese:

                          Michael Creese, Mountain Lake (2014), oil on canvas.

                            alexcornish:

Would rather be back in Sweden.

                            alexcornish:

                            Would rather be back in Sweden.

                                Jefferson Airplane’s “Today.”

                                (Source: Spotify)

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