June 1, 2024
2 min read

On living enough, short stories & surreal furniture

As Haruki Murakami said: “Time flows in strange ways on Sundays, and sights become mysteriously distorted.”

Here we've found ourselves at the end of another Sunday and only now remembered to send you this letter.

Here's what's been on our minds.

💭 The work of designer Shiro Kuramata

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💭 This poem by Mary Oliver

“The Gardener”

Have I lived enough?
Have I loved enough?
Have I considered Right Action enough, have I
come to any conclusions?
Have I experienced happiness with sufficient gratitude?
Have I endured loneliness with grace?

I say this, or perhaps I’m just thinking it.
Actually, I probably think too much.

Then I step out into the garden,
where the gardener, who is said to be a simple man,
is tending his children, the roses.

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💭 This book by Ted Chiang

“Stories of Your Life and Others” is the latest offering from science fiction author Ted Chiang. While most collections of short stories are a mixed bag, every story in this book is marvelous, mind-stretching and perfectly written.

See the book on Amazon→

Search “books” or “stories” or “Ted Chiang” to find this book later in your mind.

Don't forget, we're always sharing more thoughts & inspiration on our Instagram. If you enjoy this kind of stuff, give us a follow there too ♡

Enjoy the week ahead!


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