If we, citizens, do not support our artists, then we sacrifice our imagination on the altar of crude reality and we end up believing in nothing and having worthless dreams. — Yann Martel, Life of Pi (via quotablebookquotes)
Perhaps it’s true that things can change in a day. That a few dozen hours can affect the outcome of whole lifetimes. And that when they do, those few dozen hours, like the salvaged remains of a burned house—the charred clock, the singed photograph, the scorched furniture—must be resurrected from the ruins and examined. Preserved. Accounted for. Little events, ordinary things, smashed and reconstituted. Imbued with new meaning. Suddenly they become the bleached bones of a story. — “The God of Small Things” by Arundhati Roy (via kari-shma)
(Source: thegreat-katsby, via peagreencoffeebean)
(Source: liztregaskis, via peagreencoffeebean)
(Source: valerieb-fit, via peagreencoffeebean)
Life of Pi by Yann Martel.
“You are my hiding-place; you will protect me from trouble and surround me with songs of deliverance.” Psalm 32 vs 7
We see the brightness of a new page where everything yet can happen. — Rainer Marie Rilke (via listentothestories)