Poetry, beauty, romance, love. These are what we stay alive for.– Dead Poets Society (1989)
The cross-country trip is the supreme example of the journey as the destination. Travel is mostly about dreams—dreaming of landscapes or cities, imagining yourself in them, murmuring the bewitching place names, and then finding a way to make the dream come true. The dream can also be one that involves hardship, slogging through a forest, paddling down a river, confronting suspicious people,...
What would I do without the absurd and the ephemeral?– Frida Kahlo, The Diary Of Frida Kahlo (via mirroir)
My home is deep in the forest near the roots of the mountains.– Treebeard, Ent (The Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers)