graffquotes:

respect existence or expect resistance

graffquotes:

respect existence or expect resistance

This Bookmark Sends You Tweets To Remind You To Continue Reading
By John Yong„ designtaxi.com
Most of us have the habit of start­ing a book, but not fin­ish­ing it. One rea­son could be the many dis­trac­tions in our lives, in the form of tech­nol­o­gy and the inter­net.To remind us to con­tin …

… a bookmark that sends tweet reminders to readers who have put down a book for too long.

This Bookmark Sends You Tweets To Remind You To Continue Reading
By John Yong„ designtaxi.com

Most of us have the habit of start­ing a book, but not fin­ish­ing it. One rea­son could be the many dis­trac­tions in our lives, in the form of tech­nol­o­gy and the inter­net.

To remind us to con­tin …

… a bookmark that sends tweet reminders to readers who have put down a book for too long.


Young men and women borrowing books from a mobile library in the Gold Coast (West Africa’s first bookmobiles were brought to the colony by the British). On the road for over 100 days a year, these vans traveled across the country providing greater access to books to those outside of the major capitals.


Young men and women borrowing books from a mobile library in the Gold Coast (West Africa’s first bookmobiles were brought to the colony by the British). On the road for over 100 days a year, these vans traveled across the country providing greater access to books to those outside of the major capitals.

Reblogged from Ankomah

Enough of the motivation, do it already!

They long to be attached, to be in relationships with others, and to receive affirmation, acknowledgement and approval of which they were deprived. However this longing evokes an intense anxiety about being in danger of being appropriated, used and discarded as they were by their original caretakers. The only way to control their anxiety, to feel safe is to withdraw internally as well externally.

James F. Masterson & Ralph Klein

Disorders of the Self: New Therapeutic Horizons: The Masterson Approach

(via baketamon)

Reblogged from BitterSweet