“words belong to each other” virginia woolf

wabi-sabi, japanese, noun: finding beauty in the imperfections, an acceptance of the cycle of life and death.

beauty that is imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete …

… : Lost in Translation: An Illustrated Catalog of Beautiful Untranslatable Words from Around the World 

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7 limôes em 1 limão 

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sabado, “(…) recalls to us that, in the end, all our journeys have to bring us home. And we do not have to travel far to get away from our less considered habits. The places that move us most deeply are often the ones we recognize like long-lost friends; we come to them with a piercing sense of familiarity, as if returning to some source we already know. “some keep the sabbath going to church—” emily dickinson wrote. “i keep it, staying at home.

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never lose the trill of doing something for the first time! Richard Branson

Cath the Wave @ Primaverabss EC2017

primavera, surfing figueira, and special guest Garret Mcnamara… awesome!


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Reality provides us with facts so romantic that imagination itself could add nothing to them. Jules Verne

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tree house

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enemigos intimos

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