Citizen of the Planet

Ba. 22.
Brasilia. London. Rome.

"There is no difference in what we're doing in here that doesn't show up as bigger symptoms out there."

...that there should be no bottom or top at all.

I like films and independent cinemas.
I like the theater and being backstage.
I like film sets.
I like books, bookshops, & libraries.
I like writing.
I like long walks around the city.

One day, I will be an established filmmaker.

"Love should be unaddressed. Love need not be oriented towards the other. Love oriented towards the other is not true love, love as relationship is not true love. Love as a state of being is true love. One can love a woman, one can love a man, one can love one’s children, one can love one’s parents, one can love roses, one can love other flowers, one can love a thousand and one things — but these are all relationships. Learn how to be love! So it is not a question of to whom your love is addressed, it is simply a question of your being loving. Sitting alone, still love goes on flowing." - Osho

“Why would I not understand the context? I am the context.”- We Need To Talk About Kevin

Why would I not understand the context? I am the context.”
- We Need To Talk About Kevin

(Source: firetoashtodust, via cinematografo)

"Who the fuck cares where you went to school or where you work? The question is: Is your everyday experience good, healthy, beautiful? Because I have to tell you, while it might be cool to work for a company like Google, Apple, or The New Yorker, if your job is stupid, stressful and your boss is an asshole, there is nothing good or prestigious about that. While it might seem right to go to a school like Berkeley, if classes are overcrowded and students are nervous, anxious, religious zealots from Orange County, are you sure you want to go there? What’s good about that? To believe in prestige is to privilege abstract, collective impression over palpable, daily experience. To which I say: fuck prestige. Do what serves your everyday vitality."

- Daniel Coffeen (via thinksquad)

(Source: liberatingreality, via thinksquad)

arqbto:

Melancholia — Lars von Trier (2011)

arqbto:

Melancholia — Lars von Trier (2011)

(via andreii-tarkovsky)

I need life at a slower pace. I need to feel the weight of every step and the size of every breath. I need to trace the origins of my thoughts and the journeys they each make. I need to feel the light through my skin and into my veins. I need to realise the coarseness of the pavement and harshness of concrete sidewalks. My feet on the ground and the ground against my feet. I need to feel the pull of gravity to realise the grandeur of all things. And the littleness of me. i need time to recognise patterns and trace the outlines. So that I can map my way around the world in days. Individual days and not this haze. Blur. The blur. Blurbanization. Glocalization. I am chewed up and spat out like the chew off of sugar cane.

(Source: aarse-nal, via thefeatherface)

Isn’t everything we do in life a way to be loved a little more?

Before Sunrise

(Source: michellewilliamss, via cinematografo)

humansofnewyork:

"His grandmother and I are raising him. I worry about putting him into the public school system. I was a teacher for many years. I’ve seen so much confidence destroyed by the standardized system. Every human is born with natural curiosity. I’ve never seen a child who wasn’t inspired. But once you force someone to do anything, the inspired person is killed. I dropped out of school myself in 7th grade. So I know. I taught a GED course for years, so I’ve seen the end results over and over. I’ve seen so many kids who have complexes and insecurities because they were forced to do something they weren’t ready to do, and then they were blamed when they weren’t able to do it. What we call ‘education’ today is not organic. You can’t take something as complex as the human mind, compartmentalize it, and regiment its development so strictly."

humansofnewyork:

"His grandmother and I are raising him. I worry about putting him into the public school system. I was a teacher for many years. I’ve seen so much confidence destroyed by the standardized system. Every human is born with natural curiosity. I’ve never seen a child who wasn’t inspired. But once you force someone to do anything, the inspired person is killed. I dropped out of school myself in 7th grade. So I know. I taught a GED course for years, so I’ve seen the end results over and over. I’ve seen so many kids who have complexes and insecurities because they were forced to do something they weren’t ready to do, and then they were blamed when they weren’t able to do it. What we call ‘education’ today is not organic. You can’t take something as complex as the human mind, compartmentalize it, and regiment its development so strictly."

(via art-of-anarchy)

Maya Deren

Maya Deren

(Source: anaimiaktion, via iwanttobelikearollingstone)

"It’s messing people up, this social pressure to “find your passion” and “know what it is you want to do”. It’s perfectly fine to just live your moments fully, and marvel as many small and large passions, many small and large purposes enter and leave your life. For many people there is no realization, no bliss to follow, no discovery of your life’s purpose. This isn’t sad, it’s just the way things are. Stop trying to find the forest and just enjoy the trees."

Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig in Adventureland

Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig in Adventureland

(Source: cinecat)

"Most of the time, on the contrary, we confess to those who are like us and who share our weaknesses. This means that we do not want to correct ourselves or to be improved: for that, first of all, we should have to be judged and found wanting. All we need is to be pitied and encouraged in our course. In short, we would like at the same time to be no longer guilty and not make the effort to purify ourselves. Not enough cynicism, not enough virtue. We have neither the energy of evil nor that of good."

- Albert Camus, The Fall (via loieloie)

(Source: apleasurablemalady, via sadyoungliterarygirls)

tierradentro:

Morning Sun" (study and detail), 1952, Edward Hopper.

(via marinaesque)

Delicate.

(Source: stewarter, via sinematik)

"Everywhere one looks,
One sees aspects of
A single unity.
How can the seer, therefore,
Believe itself to be separate?
Is not the one who sees
Merely another aspect of
That which is seen?"

- Wu Hsin (via oceanandwave)