- Clarence, je ne devrais pas te dire ça, parce que ça pourrait nuire à ton éducation caractérielle en développement, mais… mais…
Je savais pas comment lui dire.
- Mais… mais… pour une fille, t’es… t’es… t’es… mieux qu’un tracteur, voilà.
[“Clarence, I shouldn’t tell you this, because it could harm your developing emotional education, but… but…”
I didn’t know how to tell her.
"But… but… for a girl, you’re… you’re… you’re… better than a tractor. There."]
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Il y a des êtres qui sont sur terre pour accomplir des choses ensemble, même si parfois la vie les sépare. Tôt ou tard, ils se retrouvent pour parfaire l’impossible. Déjà, enfant, je savais inconsciemment que le bonheur était là, au bout de l’impossible, dans tout ce qui est inaccessible, un univers parallèle où il suffit de se lever le matin pour avoir les deux pieds dedans. C’est comme ça, la vie. Il n’y a pas un monde, il y a mille mondes.
[There are beings who are on earth to accomplish things together, even if life separates them sometimes. Sooner or later, they find each other to overcome the impossible. Already, as a child, I knew unconsciously that happiness was there, at the end of the impossible, in all that was inaccessible, a parallel universe where it suffices to wake up in the morning to have both feet in it. Life, it’s like that. There isn’t one world, there are a thousand worlds.]
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Le grand problème qu’engendre l’argent, c’est qu’il permet à des imbéciles d’acquérir des choses qu’ils n’auraient jamais dû avoir en possession. Faudrait une loi.
[The big problem that money creates is that it allows imbeciles to buy things that they never should have had in their possession. Should have a law.]
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Il me semblait que l’homme ne possédait pas les qualités nécessaires pour accomplir ne fût-ce que son premier devoir: AIMER. En réalité, c’est tout ce qu’on lui demandait, à cet imbécile. Aime ton prochain et fais pas chier les autres.
[It seemed to me that man didn’t have the necessary qualities to accomplish even his primary task: TO LOVE. In reality, it’s all that we asked of him, this imbecile. Love your neighbour, and don’t piss off others.]  View high resolution

- Clarence, je ne devrais pas te dire ça, parce que ça pourrait nuire à ton éducation caractérielle en développement, mais… mais…

Je savais pas comment lui dire.

- Mais… mais… pour une fille, t’es… t’es… t’es… mieux qu’un tracteur, voilà.

[“Clarence, I shouldn’t tell you this, because it could harm your developing emotional education, but… but…”

I didn’t know how to tell her.

"But… but… for a girl, you’re… you’re… you’re… better than a tractor. There."]

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Il y a des êtres qui sont sur terre pour accomplir des choses ensemble, même si parfois la vie les sépare. Tôt ou tard, ils se retrouvent pour parfaire l’impossible. Déjà, enfant, je savais inconsciemment que le bonheur était là, au bout de l’impossible, dans tout ce qui est inaccessible, un univers parallèle où il suffit de se lever le matin pour avoir les deux pieds dedans. C’est comme ça, la vie. Il n’y a pas un monde, il y a mille mondes.

[There are beings who are on earth to accomplish things together, even if life separates them sometimes. Sooner or later, they find each other to overcome the impossible. Already, as a child, I knew unconsciously that happiness was there, at the end of the impossible, in all that was inaccessible, a parallel universe where it suffices to wake up in the morning to have both feet in it. Life, it’s like that. There isn’t one world, there are a thousand worlds.]

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Le grand problème qu’engendre l’argent, c’est qu’il permet à des imbéciles d’acquérir des choses qu’ils n’auraient jamais dû avoir en possession. Faudrait une loi.

[The big problem that money creates is that it allows imbeciles to buy things that they never should have had in their possession. Should have a law.]

—-

Il me semblait que l’homme ne possédait pas les qualités nécessaires pour accomplir ne fût-ce que son premier devoir: AIMER. En réalité, c’est tout ce qu’on lui demandait, à cet imbécile. Aime ton prochain et fais pas chier les autres.

[It seemed to me that man didn’t have the necessary qualities to accomplish even his primary task: TO LOVE. In reality, it’s all that we asked of him, this imbecile. Love your neighbour, and don’t piss off others.] 

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Ile Saint-Louis Paris 1950s 
Photo: Kees Scherer

i think i left something behind.

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Ile Saint-Louis Paris 1950s

Photo: Kees Scherer

i think i left something behind.

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"For love, there has to be a distance across which the lovers can approach one another. The approach is of course just an illusion, because love in fact separates people. Love is polarity. Two lovers are the two oppositely charged poles of the universe."
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Following a certain geographical pull, she travelled to Paris, as people often do when they have no hopes or plans but wish to start a new life.
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Everyone has one age that’s just right for him, that’s certain. There are people who remain children all their lives, and there are others who never cease to be awkward and absurd, who never find their place until suddenly they become splendidly wise old men and women: they have come to their real age.
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If a woman likes you and gives herself to you, it doesn’t cost a penny. Feeling happy from time to time, that doesn’t cost you a penny. The only things that do cost money are peripheral, the external trimmings of happiness, the stupid and boring accessories. Being in Italy costs nothing, but what does cost money is travelling here, and having got here, sleeping with a roof over your head. Having a woman who loves you doesn’t cost money, only that meanwhile she has to eat and drink, and dress herself up so that she can then get undressed. But the petty-bourgeoisie have lived so long by supplying one another with unimportant things with a cash value they’ve forgotten the things that aren’t to be had for money, and they attach importance only to things that are expensive. That is the greatest madness.
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She had not changed in the slightest. Love preserves one moment for ever, the moment of its birth.
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How distressing that the most sublime moments and stages of our lives can be approached only with the most banal expressions; and that, probably, these are indeed our most banal moments. View high resolution

"For love, there has to be a distance across which the lovers can approach one another. The approach is of course just an illusion, because love in fact separates people. Love is polarity. Two lovers are the two oppositely charged poles of the universe."

—-

Following a certain geographical pull, she travelled to Paris, as people often do when they have no hopes or plans but wish to start a new life.

—-

Everyone has one age that’s just right for him, that’s certain. There are people who remain children all their lives, and there are others who never cease to be awkward and absurd, who never find their place until suddenly they become splendidly wise old men and women: they have come to their real age.

—-

If a woman likes you and gives herself to you, it doesn’t cost a penny. Feeling happy from time to time, that doesn’t cost you a penny. The only things that do cost money are peripheral, the external trimmings of happiness, the stupid and boring accessories. Being in Italy costs nothing, but what does cost money is travelling here, and having got here, sleeping with a roof over your head. Having a woman who loves you doesn’t cost money, only that meanwhile she has to eat and drink, and dress herself up so that she can then get undressed. But the petty-bourgeoisie have lived so long by supplying one another with unimportant things with a cash value they’ve forgotten the things that aren’t to be had for money, and they attach importance only to things that are expensive. That is the greatest madness.

—-

She had not changed in the slightest. Love preserves one moment for ever, the moment of its birth.

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How distressing that the most sublime moments and stages of our lives can be approached only with the most banal expressions; and that, probably, these are indeed our most banal moments.

nujabes all day

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Our 4 week old kitten’s first time in the grass
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Our 4 week old kitten’s first time in the grass

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