There are moments where I just have to open up my arms wide because life is coming at me with such momentum. And then, for a bit, I am flying…
For IVO Some women carry baskets of oranges on the tube. Some have their legs crossed and books resting on their top knee. Some sleep, some cry, and others stare right back at you. This one’s different. This one is wearing a moustache. A big, black moustache. Her beauty hurts. You want to smell her, […]
Sometimes I get upset about something that seems big in the moment and that is, in fact, in that moment absolutely valid. And then it’s good to take a deep breath and ask myself: Will it matter in 7 seconds? Will it matter in 7 minutes? Will it matter in 7 hours? Will it matter […]
— “An Origin Story” – By Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye — Sarah Kay: It started with a sweater. Phil Kaye: I was looking fly. First day of college orientation as a freshman… plus, I’m the type of guy who’s always trying to make a good impression. Sarah: He looked like a tool. And it’s […]
Gray skies, thick clouds. Cold sand, freezing waves. Merciless winds. Big jackets, fleece blankets, woolen socks. Steaming tea and red wine. Cigars and low voices. Old records and slow blues. Somber evenings, gloomy mornings. Long, deep talks throughout all of it. Family, gathering in joy and gratitude, in spite of the autumnal weathers. Family, making […]
Hey You who walk there every morn crawl and mourn. Don’t! Look up! From your feet the cracks in the road, your road None of that’s gonna change. Ok maybe, but you’d have to wait. Don’t! Look up, now, and live. Show your face, your eyes and be great now yes you.
For All Those on the Move — It’s always been there the house, our house with the big eyes that have seen it all, the meeting, the swaying, the fall, the walls that hear my father cry, silently, waiting for me, so patiently, in the cold storm, in the shy spring, until yesterday when I left […]