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What most people really desire is something quite different from industrial gimmickry- liberty, spontaneity, nakedness, mystery, wildness, wilderness.
— Edward Abbey


Francis Alys - Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing (1997)

(via portwineandporkrinds)


….. and the world still spins. 

I’m not sure what happiness is.

He could not conceal from himself that his heart beat faster when from a distance he caught sight of her sitting there; that is the way the heart beats when one suddenly walks into the smell of pine-needles or into the spicy air rising from the floor of woods where a great many mushroom grow. In this feeling there was always a residual dread of Nature. And one must not believe that Nature is anything but highly unnatural: she is earthy, edgy, poisonous, and inhuman at all points where man does not impose his will upon her.
— Frank Musil, Five Women, “Grigia”