Ephemeraism
"Thou mayest."
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kdramawhatareyoudoing:

Oh kdrama, always trying to mix some life advice into my comedy and emotions

4quarius:

Magical pond that changes color with the weather 

Kent Shiraishi took these photos of the Blue Pond, a beautiful body of water in Hokkaido, Japan. Blue Pond receives so much attention because of its shimmering blue hue, which changes into a lovely green in certain light. This pond owes its colors to aluminium hydroxide, a mineral which reflects blue light. 

❝I feel uneasy over the thought of having things continue “the way they are” forever and ever. But I also fear that my life as I know it will suddenly come crashing down on me one day.❞
— & - and- by Okazaki Mari 
why-are-we-laughing: Rad music (✿◠‿◠)

Thankyou! I’m so glad someone shares the same taste in music as I do!

Also, I really enjoy your blog when I’m feeling down. 

vjeranski:

Emilio Ambasz, Residence au Lac

vjeranski:

Emilio Ambasz, Residence au Lac
❝Of course I’ll hurt you. Of course you’ll hurt me. Of course we will hurt each other. But this is the very condition of existence. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence.❞
— The Little Prince (via unculturedmag)

"i understand what you mean by precarious. sometimes i feel so - i don’t know - lonely. the kind of helpless feeling when everything you’re used to has been ripped away. like there’s no more gravity, and i’m left to drift in outer space. with no idea where i’m headed.”
"like a little lost sputnik?"
"i guess so."

- haruki murakami, sputnik sweetheart

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"i understand what you mean by precarious. sometimes i feel so - i don’t know - lonely. the kind of helpless feeling when everything you’re used to has been ripped away. like there’s no more gravity, and i’m left to drift in outer space. with no idea where i’m headed.”"like a little lost sputnik?""i guess so."- haruki murakami, sputnik sweetheart
❝The reading of all good books is like conversation with the finest men of past centuries.❞
René Descartes (via bookoisseur)

(Source: duttonbooks)

Asano Inio

There’s something really quite magical about Asano Inio’s works. Often, I find that they run parallel with the works of Haruki Murakami, as they illustrate mundane life peppered with such surreal landscapes and worlds. 

His two short stories that I’ve read exhibit what it means to grow up, to come to terms with overcoming your childhood hopes and dreams and having to accept adulthood, as mundane as they are. Yet despite the ordinary lifestyles that we lead, in the midst of a crowd of expressionless faces, there is still hope for us if we find what it is that we believe in and refuse to let go of our ideals. That’s what life is, I suppose. 

Also, there was one really cute story about a daydreamer who, just by seeing a handsome guy for one second, began to imagine her entire life with him. That was a funny story 

Forge by Luke Evans

A photo series made from miniature mundane objects 

(Source: luk-e.com)