"See good in everything and in everyone. But love only a few fiercely and determinately. Make them heroes. Find patterns among them. Stage hypothetical conversations, debates, between them. Have inspiration outside what you do. The way you do anything is the way you do everything. And if you want to be pushed, have heroes in anything, everywhere."
On heroes and the architecture of character.  (via explore-blog) Source: explore-blog
"The greater love is a mother’s; then comes a dog’s; then a sweetheart’s. -Polish Proverb"
– via Twitter…

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"Many films diminish us. They cheapen us, masturbate our senses, hammer us with shabby thrills, diminish the value of life. Some few films evoke the wonderment of life’s experience, and those I consider a form of prayer. Not prayer “to” anyone or anything, but prayer “about” everyone and everything. I believe prayer that makes requests is pointless. What will be, will be. But I value the kind of prayer when you stand at the edge of the sea, or beneath a tree, or smell a flower, or love someone, or do a good thing. Those prayers validate existence and snatch it away from meaningless routine."
Roger Ebert on Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life (via viafrank)

(via merlin)

Source: blogs.suntimes.com