davidlynchfoundation
davidlynchfoundation:

”I start the day with Transcendental Meditation. It puts me in the best mood. I wake up and just prop myself up in bed for 20 minutes. It’s the only time my mind gets absolute rest. When I’m asleep, my subconscious mind is switched on and, when I’m awake, I’m alert.” - Katy Perry
For more information on how to learn the Transcendental Meditation technique please visit tm.org

davidlynchfoundation:

”I start the day with Transcendental Meditation. It puts me in the best mood. I wake up and just prop myself up in bed for 20 minutes. It’s the only time my mind gets absolute rest. When I’m asleep, my subconscious mind is switched on and, when I’m awake, I’m alert.” - Katy Perry

For more information on how to learn the Transcendental Meditation technique please visit tm.org

theparisreview
theparisreview:

Plowed land. Inside turned outLike a man who confessed.
All the crumbling thingsAre on their way to become one again,Like the One stretching out in a loud voiceAt the end of Sh’ma Israel.
My children in JerusalemTurn in their sleep toward my journeysInto the past and into the future.
Empty rivers think I am water,I am cloud, shadow of a cloud,And I think, a dry riverbed.
I was left with two friends:A geologist and a biologist.The field between them is mine.
—Yehuda Amichai, “North of Beer Sheva”Photography Credit Gregorz Momot (via)

theparisreview:

Plowed land. Inside turned out
Like a man who confessed.

All the crumbling things
Are on their way to become one again,
Like the One stretching out in a loud voice
At the end of Sh’ma Israel.

My children in Jerusalem
Turn in their sleep toward my journeys
Into the past and into the future.

Empty rivers think I am water,
I am cloud, shadow of a cloud,
And I think, a dry riverbed.

I was left with two friends:
A geologist and a biologist.
The field between them is mine.

Yehuda Amichai, “North of Beer Sheva”
Photography Credit Gregorz Momot (via)

theparisreview
theparisreview:

Futuria Fantasia, the science-fiction fanzine Ray Bradbury published as a teenager. Released shortly after Bradbury graduated from high school in 1939, the first issue included Bradbury’s short stories “Don’t Get Technatal” (under pseudonym Ron Reynolds) and the poem “Thought and Space.” Bradbury published four issues between 1939 and 1940.
Listen to the first issue read out loud here.

theparisreview:

Futuria Fantasia, the science-fiction fanzine Ray Bradbury published as a teenager. Released shortly after Bradbury graduated from high school in 1939, the first issue included Bradbury’s short stories “Don’t Get Technatal” (under pseudonym Ron Reynolds) and the poem “Thought and Space.” Bradbury published four issues between 1939 and 1940.

Listen to the first issue read out loud here.