I’m attracted to the idea of drowning. Or rather the idea of jumping off and being enveloped by something, not bad or good, just enveloping. When I was a kid, I had this moment when I got under the water, lying on the pool floor, and I felt I could breathe. I’ve been trying to recreate that feeling ever since.
Florence Welch (via ohdreaming)

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A Koala reflecting on his sins, his triumphs, and the inevitability of death.

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RIP, Robin Williams, the genie who inspired EXQUISITE. The world is darker because you’re not in it.

Robin Williams, 1951 - 2014 

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The hours of the Hatchard Memorial librarian were from three to five; and Charity Royall’s sense of duty usually kept her at her desk until nearly half-past four.
~ Summer, by Edith Wharton.


"Play Doesn’t End With Childhood: Why Adults Need Recess Too" via Sami Yenigun

Who said adults don’t need to play, too? Research shows that doing something engaging, voluntary and fun helps adults maintain their social well-being and reduces risks of diseases like Alzheimer’s. And as an added bonus, having some playtime makes adult life more enjoyable. So go ahead –– crack open that new book or break out some markers for doodling. 

– Alexander

Image: Frank DiBona/Flickr

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This is a real panda
China has this “panda diplomacy” and this one will be sent to Japan as an friendship envoy. For the safety reason he sits as a passenger with his feeder, not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt, wearing a diaper, eating bamboos

I would love to sit next to a panda on my next flight.

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Tomorrow @aethucyn turns 40. This will be his best year ever and needs to be celebrated with a playlist that focuses on dancing and the 80s and every artist he and I have seen together in concert.

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Wheelock College Singapore Writing Centre: Mission Statement

The Writing Centre is a community of learners at Wheelock College Singapore that aims to build each writer’s confidence through collaboration, the exchange of ideas, resource development, and peer support. The Writing Centre provides students with a comfortable, inviting space to write, read, and spend time with their peers, as well as a platform for creativity and inspiration.

A photo taken last year in the Wheelock Singapore writing center.

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