Photos And Notes. You Will Call It Fate.

Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ “I learned this, at least, by my experiment: that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours” Henry David Thoreau, Walden: Or, Life in the Woods Continue reading Photos And Notes. You Will Call It Fate.

Photos And Notes. Facing the sea.

Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ waterfront, thessaloniki, greece “The hour forgot itself as evening came on Without memory With its speechless tree Facing the sea It forgot itself as evening came on Without flutter  With its immobile face Facing the sea As evening came on Without eros With its unyielding mouth Facing the sea And I-amid the Serenity I enticed” Odysseus Elytis, Climate of Absense [Orientations, 1940] Continue reading Photos And Notes. Facing the sea.

Photos And Notes. Never Think The Whole Street At Once.

Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ thessaloniki • greece “You must never think of the whole street at once, understand? You must only concetrate on the next step, the next breath, the next stroke of the broom, and the next, and the next. Nothing else”. Michael Ende, Momo  Continue reading Photos And Notes. Never Think The Whole Street At Once.

Photos And Notes. Everything Falls Into The Waters.

        “There is a legend that everything that falls into the waters of this river- leaves, insects, the feathers of birds- is transformed into the rocks that make the riverbed. If only I could tear out my heart and hurl it into the current, then my pain and longing would be over, and I could finally forget.“ – Paolo Coelho, By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept           Continue reading Photos And Notes. Everything Falls Into The Waters.

Photos And Notes. Things Will Go Where They’re Supposed To Go.

    “Things like that happen all the time in this great big world of ours. It’s like taking a boat out on a beautiful lake on a beautiful day and thinking the sky and the lake are beautiful. So stop eating yourself up alive. Things will go where they’re supposed to go if you just let them take their natural course.“ – Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood           Continue reading Photos And Notes. Things Will Go Where They’re Supposed To Go.