i adore this passage

I’ve been playing Kingdom Hearts 2.8 this week and I’ve missed Ven so much. 

I love all the characters in this game but Ven is my favorite.

re-discovered this passage in my Source book (which i adore, if you’re into the mid century avant-garde scene) today. Source magazine, in the 1960s ffs, were not only sensitive to why women had a lack of presence in the field, but more proactive in getting female composers into the public consciousness than many publications were decades subsequent.

this is a conglomerate of people i greatly admire & work- music- theory- the sum of every detail that made up each composers’ viewpoint- that holds much significance to me. you grow numb to learning the ‘academic’ art circles you love were historically rife w/ misogyny, so seeing contrary for once, is neat.

freethislove  asked:

Favorite bible verse?

Definitely Psalm 23. I know it’s cliche, but I just love the calming effect of that passage. Also, I always will adore John 13:34-35, where Jesus says “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” This was before he was about to die, and it was like he was telling them, “Look, if there’s nothing else you learn from me, just take this away: love one another. Don’t be jerks to each other. Don’t hate. Don’t be prejudice. Don’t condemn others for being different. I have literally been hanging out with tax collectors and prostitutes. Obviously, I am trying to tell you guys that everyone is a person and deserves love.” This is the passage I always use if someone ever were to throw Leviticus passages to me about why homosexuality is wrong, or others less fortunate are wrong. It’s also why I live my life with love, returning any ill-will towards me with love. Because no one can hurt me if I don’t give in to their hate. It enriches my life, and seems to have helped me get to where I am now! :)

But writing letters… what did that achieve? Waiting from first light, hands shaking, sighing a little aloud, running downstairs, running upstairs, hiding it in your pocket, trembling arms, shutting doors behind you, stomach trembling, sitting in the bathroom, tearing open the letter, trying not to tear it, an illusion of intimacy, reading, eating up the sentences, the distances closing, transported back into each other’s arms in the hut with the rain on the roof, you held in your hands the paper on which the one you loved had written these words for you, you saw your lover, pen in hand, you saw your lover at the Merry Maidens, or stopping to kiss you over a gate on Rocky Lane, or running across the wet fields with a wild, strained look in his eyes, standing tall over you, standing behind you, running his hands across your breasts, tracing them around, then his fingers, feeling your knees go weak, feeling -
—  Summer in February (Florence), Jonathan Smith
Sleep heavily and know that I am here with you now.
Sleep heavily and know that I am here with you now.

The last recording- ☁ Read your favorite monologue or passage from anything ever.

adore the writing in Night Vale, and my favourite passage is this, and I hope I’ve done an okay job: “Sleep heavily and know that I am here with you now. The past is gone, and cannot harm you anymore. And while the future is fast coming for you, it always flinches first, and settles in as the gentle present. This now, this us, we can cope with that. We can do this together, you and I. Drowsily, but comfortably.”