When you look at this photo, what do you see? I see inspiration. There’s something about this photo that reminds me of the beginning of winter in New York. I’ve been to NYC one time in the winter (quite a while ago). I don’t remember much about it, but I do remember feeling inspired after viewing the tree and seeing the bliss run through people’s veins as they ice skated.
Dimly lit buildings bring a sense of clarity. It’s as if those windows are the channel to dive deep into as you sit, think and create.
They are the dimly lit souls that are creating at every moment. They are waiting for a moment of brightness to light them and bring their energy into the universe.
When you feel it, that moment of clarity, do your veins feel it too? The cloudy mist is slowly lifting, do you feel it?
The building, you see, how beautiful it is.
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Through a photo essay and playlist, Rachel Tse explores youth in Hong Kong, and the detachment of growing up in an international environment in a foreign city.
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I want to say my weekends are friendly to me, but I would be telling you a lie. My weekends are often what I refer to as “the headache of a day”. Since being pregnant, I’ve noticed my weekends completely catch up to me.
I often find myself with a terrible headache and back pain.
I’m re-watching “Breaking Bad”, which is exciting to me. I watched it until I couldn’t watch it anymore. It made me feel like I had a little family inside the television. We weren’t going to go to any family dinner by any means, but it added to my friendly weekend.
I was very much a weekend where I felt like the universe understood my friendliness. We were on the same page. We knew back pain was a part of the plan and we also knew Jesse would be there to remind us that we aren’t junkies who have graffiti on our walls.
I take back what I said about “the headache of the day”.
I really enjoyed my time off. Being pregnant shouldn’t dictate how I spend my hours inside my head. If anything, there are moments that tell me I got everything out of the weekend I should have expected.
I am certainly happy Marcus and I could enjoy it together as he grows in his little water balloon and watches from the dark inside.
Teju Cole chats with Steve Paulson about the beauty of sentence fragments and his meditative approach to combining text and photography in his book, Blind Spot.
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From the Seattle sky, you are falling
You are trickling your sweet surrender to the lovers below
They trail before you, ahead of steam
While most wish you’d disappear behind the clouds overhead,
Many find your grace the perfect picture of
the love affair.
While you grace your droplets on my rain coat, I ask you,
“will you ever not find me?”
The anthropologist studies the objects left behind by migrants as they cross the border.
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