In loneliness, the lonely one eats himself; in a crowd, the many eat him.

Now choose.

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 Stormy Sea with Lighthouse, 1826, oil on canvas by Karl Blechen. German, 1798-1840.  Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany.
  Known for his landscapes, Blechen gives us this dark, stormy and dangerous seascape. He was a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin. Suffering from deep depression, he left the academy in 1836 and was hospitalized for the rest of his life. 
La parola è l’ombra dell’azione.
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L’Italia – e non solo l’Italia del Palazzo e del potere – è un Paese ridicolo e sinistro: i suoi potenti sono delle maschere comiche, vagamente imbrattate di sangue: “contaminazioni” tra Molière e il Grand Guignol. Ma i cittadini italiani non sono da meno. Li ho visti, li ho visti in folla a Ferragosto. Erano l’immagine della frenesia più insolente. Ponevano un tale impegno nel divertirsi a tutti i costi, che parevano in uno stato di “raptus”: era difficile non considerarli spregevoli o comunque colpevolmente incoscienti.
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Growth is painful. Change is painful. But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong.
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Jean-Michel Basquiat: Downtown 81

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Teklanika Valley by Landis Tanaka on Flickr.
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Evening in the Alaska Range by Critter Seeker on Flickr.
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By Florian Schulz
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Imposing granite monolith known as the Gargoyle rises 1,500 feet above a trip of cross-country skiers on Ruth Glacier in the Great Gorge.
National Geographic - August, 1992
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Landscapes of Denali. by Joe Dsilva on Flickr.