Admit it, it’s those moments of stupidity and/or foolishness/silliness that are the best to remember. Sarap lang pagtawanan ang sarili. :))
Science explains laws by means of theories, or rather the erecting of...– Herbert-Caesari, Edgar. The Voice of the Mind. Great Britain: Antony Rowe Ltd, 2002. Print. pp. 31-32, Chapter I: Prospect & Perspective (via voiceofthemind)
[The reality of vocal mechanism] is not incomprehensible; it does not lie beyond...– p. 29-30, Chapter I: Prospect & Perspective (via voiceofthemind)
I want to change my punctuation. I long for exclamation marks, but I’m drowning...– Isaac Marion, Warm Bodies (via libraryland)
Why do people hate conios ba?
whyngaba: Most of us are mabait naman. Like, really.
apoetreflects: “So strange, life is. Why people do not go around in a continual state of surprise is beyond me.” —William Maxwell, Note: used as an epigraph for Jane Kenyon’s Let Evening Come (Graywolf Press, 1990)
Never look back unless you are planning to go that way.– Thoreau (via nevver)
Well may the student of singing, as he stands bewildered amidst the chaos of...– E.F. Herbert-Caesari. p. 29. Chapter 1: Prospect and Perspective (via voiceofthemind)
Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and often times we...– Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (via misswallflower)
I don’t want to stay in the bad place, where no one believes in silver linings...– Matthew Quick, The Silver Linings Playbook (via libraryland)
: Buy this Book: Steal Like an Artist by Austin... →
keepsdiary: Sitting at home this weekend going through a library of books, I’ve rediscovered one of my favorites. Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon You might know him from the 20x200 series of “Newspaper Blackout Poems” Steal like an Artist is filled with easy to digest bits; thoughts, opinions…
Bakit nga ba?: I need to remember to always take... →
whyngaba: I need to remember to always take care when I re-blog, especially when I’m re-blogging “quotes”. A lot of times we just re-blog without double-checking the sources or even if the text is properly quoted. Yes, I’m guilty of this but I do try to check if the quote and the name of the person is…
Style … is a totality, a dizzyingly complex confabulation of language patterns,...– Sven Birkerts, “The Pump You Pump the Water From” (via proseprunings)
I have not yet found the neuropsychological explanation that would do justice to...– Sven Birkerts, “The Pump You Pump the Water From” (via proseprunings)
A (not so) Holy Week 2012
Friday, March 23, 2012 On our way back from a day spent lining up at the DFA for renewal of passport, Lola Gie suffered an accident that resulted in a head trauma. A week of observation yielded positive results in that nothing seemed to be amiss (i.e., no dizziness, vomiting, etc.). But on Sunday, April 1, 2012, at about 12mn, we rushed Lola Gie to the hospital due to a day of what we later...
If a mirror were a sufficient means of handling human experience, I doubt that...– John D’Agata, The Lifespan of a Fact (via proseprunings)
I’d like to emphasize that when a reader finishes a great novel, he will...– David Farland (via libraryland) makes sense
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Desperation is the raw material of drastic change.– William S. Burroughs (Via)