Sunday, November 1, 2015

A place to believe, a place to dream

"To have a whole life, one must have the possibility of publicly shaping and expressing private worlds, dreams, thoughts, and desires, or constantly having access to a dialogue between the public and private worlds. How else do we know that we have existed felt, desired, hated, feared?" --Azar Nafisi, Reading Lolita in Tehran  

Parks were meant for contemplation. For writing. For dreaming. And to eat lunch in. 

The British sky is different. You wouldn't think it would be. I mean, the northern hemisphere should have the same sky everywhere, right? It's not the same. There is a reason this sky inspired Peter Pan. 

Taking the road less-traveled-by makes all the difference. Always. 

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