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Do you realize that you have the most beautiful face? Do you realize we’re floating in space, Do you realize that happiness makes you cry Do you realize that everyone you know someday will die And instead of saying all of your goodbyes, let them know You realize that life goes fast It’s hard to make the good things last You realize the sun doesn’t go down It’s just an illusion caused by the world spinning round Do you realize that everyone you know Someday will die? And instead of saying all of your goodbyes, let them know You realize that life goes fast It’s hard to make the good things last You realize the sun doesn’t go down It’s just an illusion caused by the world spinning round Do you realize that you have the most beautiful face Do you realize? - The Flaming Lips
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Lofdicht op mijn zuster Mijn zuster schrijft geen gedichten en ik denk niet dat ze er nu nog mee zal beginnen. Dat heeft ze van mijn moeder, die geen gedichten schreef, en van vader, die evenmin gedichten schreef. Onder mijn zusters dak voel ik me veilig: mijn zusters man zou voor geen goud gedichten schrijven. En hoewel dit klinkt als een werk van Adam Macedonski: niemand in mijn familie houdt zich bezig met het schrijven van gedichten. In de bureauladen van mijn zuster liggen geen oude, in haar tasje geen pas geschreven gedichten. En wanneer mijn zuster me te eten vraagt, dan weet ik dat ze niet van plan is mij gedichten voor te lezen. Haar soepen zijn heerlijk zonder achterliggende gedachten en als ze koffie morst, dan nooit op manuscripten. Veel families hebben niemand die gedichten schrijft, maar als het eenmaal zo is - blijft het zelden bij één persoon. Soms klatert de poëzie als een waterval van geslacht op geslacht, wat gevaarlijke draaikolken schept in de wederzijdse gevoelens. Mijn zuster is aardig bedreven in het gesproken proza, maar haar schrijverschap omvat slechts kaartjes van vakantie met een tekst die ieder jaar hetzelfde luidt: dat ze als ze thuis is alles echt alles alles zal vertellen
Never leave me Walk close beside me Your hand my hand Fits so easy No tomorrow Let us stop here We did some great things Or didn’t we Dry and dusty I am a capsule of energy You speak softly We are capsules of energy Work as I’ve been told In return I get money Small feet in your hall And I long for every moment Dry and dusty I am a capsule of energy You speak softly We are capsules of energy - Fever Ray
  • Bres magazine, March 1988

Sky burial is a funeral practice in which a human corpse is placed on a mountaintop to decompose while exposed to the elements or to be eaten by scavenging animals, especially carrion birds.

For Tibetan Buddhists, sky burial and cremation are templates of instructional teaching on the impermanence of life. Jhator is considered an act of generosity on the part of the deceased, since the deceased and his/her surviving relatives are providing food to sustain living beings.

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Doorbells 2013 I remember there was a night in 2013 where I photographed the doorbell of every friend that was living in The Hague at that time. While taking the picture most of them were at home that night.
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What is coincidence? A coincidence is a remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances that have no apparent causal connection with one another. The perception of remarkable coincidences may lead to supernatural, occult, or paranormal claims. Or it may lead to belief in fatalism, which is a doctrine that events will happen in the exact manner of a predetermined plan. From a statistical perspective, coincidences are inevitable and often less remarkable than they may appear intuitively.
What is patience? Patience (or forbearance) is the ability to endure difficult circumstances such as perseverance in the face of delay; tolerance of provocation without responding in annoyance/anger; or forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties. Patience is the level of endurance one can have before negativity. It is also used to refer to the character trait of being steadfast. Antonyms include hastiness and impetuousness.
What is a face? The face is the front of an animal’s head that features three of the head’s sense organs, the eyes, nose, and mouth, and through which animals express many of their emotions. The face is crucial for human identity, and damage such as scarring or developmental deformities affects the psyche adversely. Facial appearance is vital for human recognition and communication. Facial muscles in humans allow expression of emotions.The face is itself a highly sensitive region of the human body and its expression may change when the brain is stimulated by any of the many human senses, such as touch, temperature, smell, taste, hearing, movement, hunger, or visual stimuli.
What is innocence? Innocence is a lack of guilt, with respect to any kind of crime, or wrongdoing. In a legal context, innocence is to the lack of legal guilt of an individual, with respect to a crime. In other contexts, it is a lack of experience. Innocence can imply lesser experience in either a relative view to social peers, or by an absolute comparison to a more common normative scale. In contrast to ignorance, it is generally viewed as a positive term, connoting an optimistic view of the world, in particular one where the lack of knowledge stems from a lack of wrongdoing, whereas greater knowledge comes from doing wrong. This connotation may be connected with a popular false etymology explaining “innocent” as meaning “not knowing” (Latin noscere (To know, learn)). The actual etymology is from general negation prefix in- and the Latin nocere, “to harm”. People who lack the mental capacity to understand the nature of their acts may be regarded as innocent regardless of their behavior. From this meaning comes the usage of innocent as a noun to refer to a child under the age of reason, or a person, of any age, who is severely mentally disabled. Nonetheless, the word “innocence” is used to describe childhood innocence as a notion created and controlled by adults. As Jean-Jacques Rousseau describes ‘childhood as a time of innocence’ where children are 'not-knowing’ and must reach the age of reason to become competent people in society. However, this is not the case anymore as technology advances, this has given children in the contemporary world a platform where they are referred to as 'digital natives’, where they are seen more knowledgeable than adults. Furthermore, because of digital media and the internet, young people have become well-informed of the world around them and have a better understanding. In some cases, the term “innocence” has a pejorative meaning, where an assumed level of experience dictates common discourse or baseline qualifications for entry into another, different, social experience. Since experience is a prime factor in determining a person’s point of view, innocence is often also used to imply naivety or lack of personal experience.
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