The peach blossom moth
liquidnight:

Silvia Grav
Untitled, 2011
[via Whitezine]

"Much that may one day be possible can already be prepared by the solitary individual, and built with his own hands which make fewer mistakes. Therefore love your solitude and bear the pain of it without self-pity. The distance you feel from those around you should trouble you no more than your distance from the farthest stars. be glad that you are growing, and realize that you cannot take anyone with you: be gentle with those who stay behind. Be confident and calm before them, and don’t torment them with your doubts or distress them with your ambitions which they wouldn’t be able to comprehend. Find in a true and simple way what you have in common with them, which does not need to change when you yourself change and change again. When you see them, love life in a from that is not your own, and be kind to all the people who are afraid of their aloneness"

analectic:

Wislawa Szymborska, The Three Oddest Words
189m:

Life In The Excelsior - The Hut Window by Pomegranacat on Flickr.
oregon-dreaming:

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