arsvitaest: “…the eighteenth century bourgeoisie... →
arsvitaest: “…the eighteenth century bourgeoisie yoked together what was pleasurable and what was necessary. They argued that there was no inherent conflict between sexual passion and the practical demands of raising children in a family unit, and that there could hence be romance within a marriage—just as…
hangingfire: Video of that white kiwi baby that I posted yesterday (with bonus footage of a regular brown kiwi baby). I defy anyone to not shriek at the cuteness at 1:16. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!
I have been studying the difference between solitude and loneliness, telling...– Richard Jones, White Towels (via grammatolatry) My love affair between my laundry and me.
The land here is being carelessly killed. Children are playing around the...– from the “Sunday 8 December” entry of Werner Herzog’s Of Walking In Ice. His prose reads like poetry. (via ewilcox) Well this is something I should obviously check out.
Month by month things are losing their hardness; even my body now lets the light...– Virginia Woolf, The Waves (via sparemefromthemold)