“I have been afraid to reveal this aspect of myself because people don’t like you to wear too many hats – they criticise you for it. I didn’t want it to be seen as disposable, because art is not disposable to me. When you do a movie or you are working in television, the people that you work with become your life; it is a very intimate experience that takes you somewhere emotionally. The experience of painting something has the same effect. Whether the painting is a success or a failure, the time that I was involved in it remains the same.” — Lucy Liu
Buddha (via deep-nature)
osho (via solobeelee)
Jane Roberts, Seth, "The Nature of Personal Reality" (via meditationsinwonderland)
Dance is the hidden language of the soul.
- Martha Graham
Eckhart Tolle (via yogachocolatelove)
"The Feeling of Speed," Salvador Dalí, 1931.
As a child, Dalí would often stare at the cypresses that grew outside his school in Figueres, Spain. He took great notice of their changing colors and shadows throughout the day, and came to associate the trees with time.