car nous sommes où nous ne sommes pas
(for we are where we are not)
Install Theme
May the life you lead be a good one, a life free of regrets
Have you ever seen the shadows of tears, Mr. Wind-Up Bird? They’re nothing like ordinary shadows. Nothing at all. They come here from some other, distant world, especially for our hearts. Or maybe not. It struck me then that the tears my shadows was shedding might be the real thing, and the tears that I was shedding were just shadows.

— Haruki Murakami’s The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles

Do you ever wonder whether people would like you more or less if they could see inside you? …I always wonder about that. If people could see me the way I see myself—if they could live in my memories—would anyone, anyone, love me

John Green (via infinite—thoughts)

(Source: psych-facts, via infinite--thoughts)

Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.

— Søren Kierkegaard (via observando)

(via mimilin)

give me one good reason why we should go on living

besides for the sake of those who care about us

(Source: Spotify)

distance makes the heart grow fonder because it makes memory grow weaker

late night heart breakin

(Source: dimepiecela)

ballin since 1871

ballin since 1871

designed-for-life:

Global Tree Project - Hanging Garden
Japanese artist Shinji Turner-Yamaoto has been creating jaw-dropping, site-specific installations for his Global Tree Project. His latest, “Hanging Garden.” is on display now in the abandoned deconsecrated Holy Cross Church in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hanging Garden encourages community participation in the creation of each sculpture. Local volunteers help the artist to locate and transport a chosen tree for his installation and then participate in its re-planting when the exhibition ends. The living tree must also be watered and looked after throughout the exhibition. The process encourages local residents to actively engage with the land and plants that sustain them.

designed-for-life:

Global Tree Project - Hanging Garden

Japanese artist Shinji Turner-Yamaoto has been creating jaw-dropping, site-specific installations for his Global Tree Project. His latest, “Hanging Garden.” is on display now in the abandoned deconsecrated Holy Cross Church in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Hanging Garden encourages community participation in the creation of each sculpture. Local volunteers help the artist to locate and transport a chosen tree for his installation and then participate in its re-planting when the exhibition ends. The living tree must also be watered and looked after throughout the exhibition. The process encourages local residents to actively engage with the land and plants that sustain them.

(via mimilin)

subtilitas:

Raum Associates - Subashiri house, Shizuoka 2000. Via, photos (C) Takeshi Noguchi,