The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.– Henry David Thoreau (via becomingminimalist)
zunnny: infinitegulf: “He paid the full price for art, only he hadn’t made any. He’d suffered all the old-fashioned artistic sufferings-isolation, poverty, despair, mental and physical obstruction-and nobody knew or cared. And though nobody knowing or caring was another form of artistic suffering, in his case it had no artistic meaning…This is human life. There is a great hurt that...
The small man Builds cages for everyone He Knows. While the sage, Who has...– Hafiz (via sacredgraffiti) (via crashinglybeautiful)
An unattempted woman cannot boast of her chastity.– Michel de Montaigne (via elicec) (via quote-book) (via ontologicalterrorist)