rant about trust

most people don’t know how to trust.

maybe i am too naive, and i have a blind faith in people, things, traffic, events, plans, etc.

…but honestly, you never have a full control over anything, so why doubt? ever?

like, writing emails. if the content is correct and the phrasing isn’t absolutely rude or off, what’s the point of taking an extra hour to edit?

It’s because you want to have a full control over how it’s communicated.  I get that, but when the message is received, I guarantee it will be processed with much less anal-attentive speculation.  therefore, i appreciate, but i see it ultimately rather pointless.

doubts are pointless. especially with online communication and global intermixing, so many dimensions of time, emotions, and cultures are constantly colliding. you have no full control in this world.  

Despite the lethargy they bring, I appreciate periods. They give women rests.
dream to have dreams

For some, the action of dreaming is a dream in itself.

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I’ve been translating the interviews of the tsunami victims that are participating in the Hand In Hand concert choir, which has been heart-wrenching.

One girl said her mother and older sister died in tsunami.

…followed by another girl saying that tsunami had hit her grandmother’s house where she used to run a small business and washed away all the machines and equipments. 

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I speak of “dreams” often, about constant production and realization of my dreams, about my friends’ dreams coming true, about having dreams in general.

but this made me think of those who even to dream to have dreams.

aestheticgoddess:

Massimo Uberti

aestheticgoddess:

Massimo Uberti


"We met at the wrong time. That’s what I keep telling myself anyway. Maybe one day years from now, we’ll meet in a coffee shop in a far away city somewhere and we could give it another shot".

"We met at the wrong time. That’s what I keep telling myself anyway. Maybe one day years from now, we’ll meet in a coffee shop in a far away city somewhere and we could give it another shot".

(Source: arikaftermath)

allthingseurope:

Casa Batlló, Barcelona (by claudecastor)

One of my favorite places in the world

allthingseurope:

Casa Batlló, Barcelona (by claudecastor)

One of my favorite places in the world

kotakucom:

Attack on Titan? Forget it. This is Attack on Buddha.

Before They Pass Away. Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled around the earth to try and document the world’s most secluded tribes. 

THIS IS ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC

(Source: cinemagorgeous)

typeworship:

Tokyo Type

Some great typographic animation examples here that seem to capture the energy of the city:

typostrate:

SHOW US YOUR TYPE is a project about two things: type and cities. The project started to provide a creative platform for designers to share their talents and explore cities from a different perspective. These animations should show the impressions of Tokyo. The different artowkrs are mostly animated and have a interesting view on the capital of Japan.

I need to become a renaissance woman. There is no other way.