Deep spiritual thought:
“One of our most common and widespread prejudices is that every person has a fixed, special characteristic, that there are kind people and evil, clever people and stupid people…. But people are not like this; we can say about a person only that he is more often kind than evil, more often clever than stupid…. We always divide people like this, but it is no less wrong.” – Tolstoy.
(This includes you, you are not the thing you think you are.)
“You Can’t Lay Down Your Memory Chest of Drawers” by Tejo Remy, MoMA