Among 19-year-old Mads Madsen’s impressive color restorations of archival images is this fantastic photo of Einstein laughing. Perhaps he was thinking about his clever and heartening advice to a little girl who wanted to be a scientist, or his joyful letter to his own son on the secret of learning anything.
"Technology is the knack of so arranging the world that we don’t have to experience it."
— Max Frisch (via minimalmac)
This is worryingly true.
Laura Marling es hermosa.
pa que no me los agarren de pendejos.
“To judge a man by his weakest link or deed is like judging the power of the ocean by one wave.”
Things to worry about:
Worry about courage
Worry about Cleanliness
Worry about efficiency
Worry about horsemanship
Things not to worry about:
Don’t worry about popular opinion
Don’t worry about dolls
Don’t worry about the past
Don’t worry about the future
Don’t worry about growing up
Don’t worry about anybody getting ahead of you
Don’t worry about triumph
Don’t worry about failure unless it comes through your own fault
Don’t worry about mosquitoes
Don’t worry about flies
Don’t worry about insects in general
Don’t worry about parents
Don’t worry about boys
Don’t worry about disappointments
Don’t worry about pleasures
Don’t worry about satisfactions
Things to think about:
What am I really aiming at?
How good am I really in comparison to my contemporaries in regard to:
(b) Do I really understand about people and am I able to get along with them?
(c) Am I trying to make my body a useful instrument or am I neglecting it?
In a 1933 letter to his 11-year-old daughter Scottie, F. Scott Fitzgerald produced this poignant and wise list of things to worry, not worry, and think about – the best father’s advice since John Steinbeck’s letter to his son on falling in love and this beautiful letter to 16-year-old Jackson Pollock by his dad.
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