This is how I am feeling right now. I am so excited but so nervous at the same time.
"New York Postcards" from Adrian Tomine is now join the other stack of my postcards collection. Featured in here are "Double Feature" and "Read-Handed". The cover is his illustration titled "Missed Connection" -one of my favorite. #adriantomine #illustrations #postcards #newyork
A gift from a friend, who just got back from the dream-bookshop. Can’t wait to read it! #shakespeareandcompany #paris #oscarwilde
Hiroyuki Kano of Ōmu Shinrikyō
from Haruki Murakami’s Underground: The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese Psyche.(via murakamistuff)
Strawberry Fields Forever - The Beatles
People change. This is a thing that everyone knows without more explanation on how they could change. They just change.
How they change is a product from a mess called time.
You could blame time as much as you want, but it won’t change anything.
Why they change is an inevitable truth that we should face. It is a product from a mess called probability.
The bitter thing about change is it was something that you were familiar with. He or she was someone that you have known for so long.
There is a sense of familiarity in every change that we are facing now.
And that sense, that sense is the thing we are looking for in every change, even we know that we won’t find it anymore.
Embrace the change. Stop expecting too much. Lower your expectation. Accept it.
That’s what people say about change.
Change is good. Change is inevitable. The only constant thing in the world is change.
So, when I knew a person that I deeply care about has changed to be someone I barely known, I started losing my joy with change.
I started to wish that everything to be stay the same.
And it just never happened, so I started to feel unhappy.
And that is when I know that: when a person has changed, it will change some parts of you. And that is sad.