Leyendas de los Otori. El brillo de la Luna. (Tales of the Otori. brillance of the Moon) Lian Hearn [18/50]
If you work by reason, you grow rough-edged; if you choose to dip your oar into sentiment’s stream, it will sweep you away. Demanding your own way only serves to constrain you. However you look at it, the human world is not an easy place to live.
And when its difficulties intensify, you find yourself longing to leave that world and dwell in some easier one—and then, when you understand at last that difficulties will dog you wherever you may live, this is when poetry and art are born.
|—||Kusamakura, by Natume Sōseki (via hanataiyouame)|
Never apologize for your fluency in english.
If you have a different mother tongue, you are under no obligation to know english at all, let alone fluent english.
Never let anyone make you feel bad for not speaking proper english.
Be proud of your mother tongue.
Why should we learn their language when they mock and refuse to learn our own.
Almond Branches In Bloom, San Remy | Vincent Van Gogh
I got some postcards but I don’t have my address book with me so faensoundslikefun, dizzytea, countermeasures, yuyeh-sesh, confessionsofacoffeeholic, kindly leave me your contact details in my inbox if you’d like one!
Well friends I’m leaving for Belgrade tomorrow
way too early for three weeks, so I will probably be off for most of it. (though I’m bringing the laptop and I expect I’ll be able to check in so you can always message me if you want!)
Take care and have fun!
book-of-flights replied to your post:I did the test again and it still says I’m an INTJ…I never get the same thing but always it’s some kind of human confetti cannon
… which is exactly what you are!
Rin and Makoto conspiring to make Haru happy is my favorite thing.