The tulips are too excitable, it is winter here. Look how white everything is, how quiet, how snowed-in. I am learning peacefulness, lying by myself quietly As the light lies on these white walls, this bed, these hands. I am nobody; I have nothing to do with explosions. I have given my name…
I drew two suns, a layer of grass, some flowers. The suns had smiley faces, one had sunglasses. I felt a little bad when I threw it out, but then I thought to myself, “What am I gonna do with this hand-drawn poster?”
“J is my favorite personality to pretend to be. Probably because of the facial expressions and the incredulous looks that give people encouragement to keep talking about their stories. People respond well to facial expressions: the more animated the better.”—Liz B
"Children can identify more closely with pictures of animals than they can with pictures of another child. They see an illustration of a blond girl or a dark-haired boy, who they know is somebody other than themselves, and competition creeps in. With imagination—and children all have marvelous imagination—they can easily identify with an anteater who is a painter or a pig who transforms from peasant to knight."
“Stressing out about all this this is getting you nowhere. I’m 100% sure about that.
Right now you’re thinking about everything, but you need to think about nothing.
Build yourself a nothing box.”—Devin