For your consideration, on your coffee break or while you scroll peacefully on the toilet, here are some beautiful things that have been on our mind this week.
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This quote from Joyce Carol Oates
“One must be pitiless about this matter of mood. In a sense, the writing will create the mood. ... I have forced myself to begin writing when I've been utterly exhausted, when I've felt my soul as thin as a playing card, when nothing has seemed worth enduring for another five minutes ... and somehow the activity of writing changes everything.”
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This article about "the world's greatest art thief"→
"When he covets an object, says Breitwieser, he feels the emotional wallop of a coup de coeur—literally, a blow to the heart. There are just things that make him swoon. “Looking at something beautiful,” he explains, “I can't help but weep. There are people who do not understand this, but I can cry for objects.”
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This color palette:
Copy & paste these codes into a new note in your mind (including the comma between each) and it will save as a visual color palette: #CE7050, #0C64BA, #E2C009
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