Storytellers are a threat. They threaten all champions of control, they frighten...– Chinua Achebe (via eatcakey)
Dance party on a planet orbiting a brilliant, stark white star. The atmosphere refracting very little of its visible band, the result is larger shadows and the indoors being nearly pitch-black even during the day. The planets’ denizens have evolved thus, and can perceive the tiniest fluctuations in light intensity. The darkness at night is so palpable that it seems to clog the ears and mute...
Peace for the Fiery Heart →
If you’ve never heard my instrumental album, then turn the lights very low or off entirely, plug in your favorite headphones or turn on your audiophile speakers, and sit in your favorite chair. Hit play. You might get pissed off that it’s suddenly 45 minutes later, but the experience will be worth it. In my humblest opinion, of course. Holler.
The very basis of creative work is irreverence! The very basis of creative work...– Eric Temple Bell
The whole quote from Romain Rolland’s epic novel “Jean-Christophe” goes as follows: “The difficulty began when he tried to cast his ideas in the ordinary musical forms: he made the discovery that none of the ancient molds were suited to them: if he wished to fix his visions with fidelity he had to begin by forgetting all the music he had heard, all that he had written, to...
[He had] to throw away those crutches of impotency, that bed, all prepared for...– Romain Rolland, “Jean-Christophe”
Sometimes I’m terrified of my heart; of its constant hunger for whatever it is...– Edgar Allan Poe. (via wittybrevity)