"If you spend enough time reading or writing, you find a voice, but you also find certain tastes. You find certain writers who when they write, it makes your own brain voice like a tuning fork, and you just resonate with them. And when that happens, reading those writers—not all of whom are modern. I mean, if you are willing to make allowances for the way English has changed, you can go way, way back with this — becomes a source of unbelievable joy. It’s like eating candy for the soul. And I sometimes have a hard time understanding how people who don’t have that in their lives make it through the day. Lucky people develop a relationship with a certain kind of art that becomes spiritual, almost religious, and doesn’t mean, you know, church stuff, but it means you’re just never the same."

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Various Clouds, by Vincent Van Gogh.

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Wooden Heart - Listener

This guy is infuckingcredible.

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Neil Young at Berkeley, 1975
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Neil Young at Berkeley, 1975

Photo by Alvan Meyerowitz

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Jenny Holzer“Marquees”, 1993

Jenny Holzer
“Marquees”, 1993

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"Nothing unites two people so completely, especially if, like you and me, all they have is words."

Franz Kafka, Letters to Felice

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James Gandolfini
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