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October 24, 2012


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Marc Johns

I deliberately left it vague. It was less about specifics, and more about our desire to see things through the eyes of those we admire, looking for some kind of wisdom or guidance we are lacking. However, we should be taking our masks off and looking at the world through our own eyes, because our own point of view is unique and fascinating and worth sharing, especially once we are honest with ourselves.

Miss Kristofur

Reminds me of Faulkner


Same here. I think I will only be able to see the beautiful things in the eyes of my love ones and those whom I adore so much. I think it's because, these people compel us to only see the positive and happy things.

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