mancus

bbook:


David Lynch meditating near a plant

♫ I’m waiting here ♫

bbook:

David Lynch meditating near a plant

♫ I’m waiting here ♫

2 months ago

Pay attention;
do your best;
expect nothing.
MR (via magnificentruin)

…and proceed to living NOW.

(via jeradams)

As I look back on my life, I realize that every time I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was actually being re-directed to something better. Steve Maraboli

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larissatheule:

Inspiration usually comes during work rather than before it. 

                               ~ Madeleine L’Engle

(via morrowplanet)

Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know. Pema Chödrön, Comfortable With Uncertainty

(Source: maudnewton)

Never try to look cool and learn something at the same time. You must have an awkward phase. Ta-Nehisi Coates. (via mlarson)

Pixar’s in-house theory is: Be wrong as fast as you can. Mistakes are an inevitable part of the creative process, so get right down to it and start making them. Even great ideas are wrecked on the road to fruition and then have to be painstakingly reconstructed. ‘Be Wrong as Fast as You Can’ - NYTimes.com

austinkleon:

Something small, every day

I wrote a little something for today’s newsletter about how I work:


  Every day, no matter what, I make a poem and post it online. Most days they’re mediocre, some days they’re great, and some days they’re awful. (Jerry Garcia: “You go diving for pearls every night but sometimes you end up with clams.”) But it doesn’t matter to me whether the day’s poem was good or not, what matters is that it got done. I did the work. I didn’t break the chain. If I have a shitty day, I go to sleep and know that tomorrow I get to take another whack at it.


Read it here.

austinkleon:

Something small, every day

I wrote a little something for today’s newsletter about how I work:

Every day, no matter what, I make a poem and post it online. Most days they’re mediocre, some days they’re great, and some days they’re awful. (Jerry Garcia: “You go diving for pearls every night but sometimes you end up with clams.”) But it doesn’t matter to me whether the day’s poem was good or not, what matters is that it got done. I did the work. I didn’t break the chain. If I have a shitty day, I go to sleep and know that tomorrow I get to take another whack at it.

Read it here.

3 months ago