#20180817

Just realised how much of a graveyard is any photographic archive. People, animals, plants, places, situations, even that special light sometimes – are no longer with us on this side of the World. Photographs are like tombstones – some sort of portals that still link all of them to us and the only ones we can still access them through, somehow.
And look at us, a while ago – lost versions of ourselves still waiting to be acknowledged and understood.

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#20180701

Everything is energy. That’s why any state of things, no matter how objective and consistent, gets contaminated by moods from randomly passing elements such as a book, a film, someone’s presence (physical, but as well virtual), a distant event, or a memory. The way we feel our days varies tremendously, compared to how the days actually are. Our being happy or unhappy about our life has almost nothing to do with the life itself.

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#20180425

Don’t overthink. Don’t overfeel. Just do what you have to do, and allow yourself to enjoy it. Life is made of little doings that sum up to eventually give a greater meaning.

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#20180301

The power of faith can be measured in fear. Fear is nothing but negative faith. That we believe stronger in things we fear, and those things happen in the end proves the fact that faith really makes things happen.

Though there is nothing mystical about this, either, since all the conditions needed for an outcome or another are our own doing. Guided by one feeling or another, we create the appropriate context and find the right means for the things we believe or the things we fear to happen.

It’s just that we are not aware of this – and when we become aware and want to put it to good use, we just… well, doubt.

Quotables © Mishu Vass