resoulution

one more time with soul

01 Sep 14
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julydogs:

Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu

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31 Aug 14
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cheriesoumis:

Such a tease.

cheriesoumis:

Such a tease.

(Source: maudit)

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Blessed is the man who admires without being jealous, praises without flattery, follows without imitating, and leads without manipulating.
— Unknown. (via themeditationresolution)

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Jarek Puczel

Jarek Puczel

29 Aug 14
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Another Thin Man (1939)

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23 Aug 14
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promised land

promised land

12 Aug 14
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vacation bento

vacation bento

05 Aug 14
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David Bowie - A Small Plot Of Land from Outside

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04 Aug 14
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poikilotherm:

"The speaker in this poem ranges between one corporeal craving and another, unfazed by the ‘emergencies’ of ecstatic experience. Nor does she feel the need to call herself a ‘whore,’ as Plath does in ‘Fever 103°.’ Despite these contrasts, it must be acknowledged that Plath was one of the first poets to understand the risks of female self-display in poetry. It is simply not possible for a female poet to claim, like Whitman, that she intends to ‘go by the bank of the wood and become undisguised and naked’ without immediately becoming vulnerable to the male gaze. It is, in fact, very difficult for female poets to speak of their embodied experience without being misread as positioning themselves as erotic objects.”

poikilotherm:

"The speaker in this poem ranges between one corporeal craving and another, unfazed by the ‘emergencies’ of ecstatic experience. Nor does she feel the need to call herself a ‘whore,’ as Plath does in ‘Fever 103°.’ Despite these contrasts, it must be acknowledged that Plath was one of the first poets to understand the risks of female self-display in poetry. It is simply not possible for a female poet to claim, like Whitman, that she intends to ‘go by the bank of the wood and become undisguised and naked’ without immediately becoming vulnerable to the male gaze. It is, in fact, very difficult for female poets to speak of their embodied experience without being misread as positioning themselves as erotic objects.”

03 Aug 14
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Shigeto - Soul Searching from No Better Time Than Now

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31 Jul 14
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theantidote:

You fall in love with people’s minds.

— Anaïs Nin, Henry & June: From the Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin. Harcourt, 1986

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