With every mistake we must surely be learning :: song of the day

“For Franz music was the art that comes closest to Dionysian beauty in the sense of intoxication. no one can get really drunk on a novel or a painting, but who can help getting drunk on Beethoven’s Ninth, Bartok’s sonata for two pianos and percussion, or The Beatles’ White Album?” ~ The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera What I like to deem being music drunk, which to me is that feeling of being so overwhelmed, so consumed, and so connected by a piece of music that you are dizzy with it, lost in it, and falling all over … Continue reading With every mistake we must surely be learning :: song of the day

Last time I saw you we had just split in two

keep art alive; “returned to sender” by melanie moore “He suddenly recalled the famous myth from plato’s symposium: people were hermaphrodites until god split them in two, and now all the halves wander the world over seeking one another. Love is the longing for the half of ourselves we have lost.” The Unbearable Lightness of Being,┬áMilan Kundera The Origin of Love :: Hedwig and the Angry Inch Continue reading Last time I saw you we had just split in two