Artist Do-Ho Suh’s ghostly fabric sculptures explore the meaning of home
by Ornella Drago
There’s such meat for life in sticking with things… Whatever your other shore is, get there. —
Legendary endurance swimmer Diana Nyad, who at age 64 became the first person to swim the 110 miles between Cuba and Florida dubbed “the greatest endurance feat in human history,” in the documentary The Other Shore.
This takes doggedness to a whole new level.
Think of a book special to you, and how much bleaker and poorer your life would be if that one writer had not existed—if that one writer had not, a hundred times or a thousand, made the choice to write.
You’re going to be that one writer, one day, for somebody you may never meet. Nobody can write that book you’re going to write—that book that will light up and change up a life—but you. — sarahreesbrennan, on ignoring the doubters. (via lettersandlight)
There’s a new Last Halloween today! Go look at it, things happen.