The Thinker of Tender Thoughts: An illustration by Shel Silverstein, 1963...Heartbreaking, and inspiring all at once. That one flower left in his lapel, carried by his heart! Awesome :-)
Art and design that influences me.
53 Random Pictures for Today Dummies of the Year - You can have a pretty face and an ugly heart
Flashbacks to my childhood
"Dust if you must, but the world's out there, with the Sun in your eyes, the wind in your hair, a flutter of snow, a shower of rain. This day will not come around again" -Rose Milligan
Pen to Paper
"Underneath my outside face There's a face that none can see. A little less smiley, A little less sure, But a whole lot more like me" - Shel Silverstein
have to love this! first and foremost, it seems, we should be in love with our own selves ... we may never find 'the one,' there may or may not be that one. but there is always the most important one: our selves.
Like when someone you thought was your BFFL tells you you're "literally making things up in your head" Thanks friend. So much for solidarity
Shel Silverstein on the masks we wear. Be yourself, how else will people find out that they love you?
Good one, Life...
Shel Silverstein genius.
"Oscar Learn, Oscar Teach!" - this is one of my favorite Shel Silverstine poems Great for principled
Losing Pieces - Shel Silverstein (loved my heart out, listened my ears off, danced my legs to pieces, touched my fingers numb, wrote my soul dry, drank myself silly, dreamed my dreams away...)