“Sometimes the people we love most are the ones who wound us most deeply. 

It is not often understandable why they do it. 

And it is not always easy– or even correct– to forgive, no matter how much we love them. “

— JONATHAN CARROLL



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Book cover. Truth. 1854

The Myrtle Wreath

Amanda Cazalet


“No matter where you are or what you’re doing, late night has two hands. 

Sometimes they caress you, sometimes they choke.”


— JONATHAN CARROLL



Spectacled Owl

Brad Wilson

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wonderful…

Matisse rarely conceived his drawings as preparatory sketches, but rather finished works in themselves. 

He considered drawings to be the most direct form of communication between the artist and his audience. 

For Matisse they were the purest means by which to translate sensation and emotion. 

Therefore absolutely vital to his oeuvre.

THOMAS LOHR

“The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.”

– Henry David Thoreau

Y.Yamamoto F/W 1996-97




In the end, only three things matter:

how much you loved, 

how gently you lived, 

and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.

-Buddha


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“If I know what’s going to happen to me, then there’s no mystery in life. 

Mystery, just in general, is one of the greatest things we’ll ever experience—having mysteries in our lives and now and then solving them. 

Sometimes solutions to our mysteries suck, but sometimes they’re so incredibly beautiful… 

— JONATHAN CARROLL FROM PLAYED YOUR EYES


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