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"And, drying my eyes, I promised them that, when I grew up, I would never copy the foolish example of other men, but that even in Paris, on fine spring days, instead of paying calls and listening to silly talk, I would make excursions into the country to see the first hawthorn-trees in bloom."




boysfeartotread , Amber Ramsey, may you rest in peace, my friend.       November 3rd, 1984 - December 31st, 2005




'The Intervention of the Sabine Women' by Jacques-Louis David (1799)
('Sabine Women Enforcing Peace by Running between the Combatants')


'Golden' by Daniel Gerhartz


'Sincere Scrawls' by Negar Neisari


'la danseuse solitaire' by William A. Suys, Jr.


'In Her Care' by Daniel Gerhartz, 2008


'Les Lampions' by Delphin Enjolras


'Soir sur la Terrace à la Pergola' by Delphin Enjolras


'Elégantes sur la terrasse devant le lac d'Annecy' by Delphin Enjolras


'Trois femmes sur la terrasse' by Delphin Enjolras


'Dawn of Hope' by Daniel Gerhartz


'Winter's Warmth' by Daniel Gerhartz


'Peacock Veil' by Daniel Gerhartz


'By Candlelight' by Daniel Gerhartz


'Quiet Waters' by Daniel Gerhartz


'Till You Come to Me' by Daniel Gerhartz


'Lily and Lalique' by Daniel Gerhartz


'La Boheme' by Daniel Gerhartz


'A Woman with an Urn' by Gustave Clarence Rodolphe Boulanger, 1888


'At the First Touch of Winter, Summer Fades Away' by Valentine Cameron Prinsep, 1897


'Cashmere' by John Singer Sargent, 1908


'Young Watercolourist In The Louvre' by Pascal-Adolphe-Jean Dagnan-Bouveret, 1891


'Study: At a Reading Desk' by Lord Frederick Leighton, 1877


'An Elegant Beauty' by William Clarke Wontner


'A Classical Beauty' by John William Godward


'Land of make-believe' by Maxfield Parrish, 1912


'Amalie von Schintling' by Joseph Karl Stieler (1831)


'Tempting Sweets' by Robert Lewis Reid (1924)


'Calinerie' by William Adolphe Bouguereau (1890)


'Les joies d'une mère (The Joys of Motherhood)' by William Adolphe Bouguereau (1878)


'Blue Delphiniums' by Charles C. Curran


'The Storm' by Pierre-Auguste Cot, 1880


'Flabellifera' by John William Godward, 1905


'Valsen' by Anders Zorn, 1891


'Modestie' by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1902)


'Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose' by John Singer Sargent, 1886


'Carnival Eve' by Ulpiano Checa y Sanz


'Quiet' by James Jacques Joseph Tissot (1881)


'Kakurenbou' by Audrey Kawasaki (2008)


'Marchande de Fleurs à Londre' by Jules Bastien-Lepage, 1882


'Mary Magdalene's Box of Very Precious Ointment' by James Jacques Joseph Tissot


'Hope in a Prison of Despair' by Evelyn de Morgan


'The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis' by Jacques-Louis David (1818)


'Alley by the Lake' by Leonid Afremov


'Forgiven' by Thomas Blackshear II


'Le Bal Mabile' by Jean Béraud




ℵrunning mountain trailsℵ, ♥emotional sobriety♥, ♦integrity♦, abnormal psychology, aesthetics, alan watts, albert einstein, amber lavaughn ramsey, anaïs nin, art as allegory, art history, astrological influence, astronomy and cosmology, being a proustian scholar, being honest with julie, being in-the-moment, being of service, being resourceful, buddhist psychology, characters of excellence, chateaubriand, cherished memories, childlike innocence, christ, christianity, civil liberties, classical antiquity, classical literature, classical music, compassionate hearts, conquering confusion, continental philosophy, creating peaceful situations, deep bottomless thoughts, delaying procrastination, doing the right thing, elegance and eloquence, enlightenment and awakening, etiquette and manners, eudaimonia, euphoric nostalgia, existentialism, finding the lost, french culture, french literature and movies, frequenting museums, friedrich nietzsche, frédéric chopin, fyodor mikhaylovich dostoevsky, genuinely trustworthy people, going for spontaneous drives, good will, gratitude, gravity, greek and roman mythology, gustave flaubert, gustave moreau, harmonic relationships, having good intentions, honest hearts, hope, humble and self-effacing individuals, imagining peace, improbable theoretical physics, indie music, introspection, introverted behavior, jacques ellul, jesus, keeping faith, keeping promises, leonard cohen, life of prayer, living healthily, living nocturnally, los angeles, love and service, love personified, marcel proust, marcus aurelius, marxism, mary poppins, methodological mentalities, meticulous organization, meticulously studying the bible, moments of solitude, my personal library, nicomachean ethics, optimistic personality types, orthodox christianity, perfectly desired solitude, perfume and fragrance, phenomenology, philosophy, physics, pink floyd, pipe tobacco, praying to god, proust, psychological and behavorial disorders, quiet environments, quiet time, rainer maria rilke, rebellious intellectuals, religious conscience, remembering to have fun, restoring lost hope, running hard, russia, self-medication hypothesis, sensitivity in males, sentimental love songs, sentimentalism in literature, sentimentality, sherlock holmes, simplyfying complicated things, sobriety, social theory, special forces, strong flexible relationships, swimming in solitude, taking random road trips, taoism, tapping into inner strength, the art of detection, the elasticity of time, the holy bible, the love of christ, the orthodox church, the science of bodybuilding, the serenity of nature, the sound of laughter, the tao, the things i've lost, thich nhat hanh, thorough observation, tight abdominals, tori amos, traditional psychoanalysis, travelling, true love, trusting god, trying to smile often, unnameable spirituality, used bookstores, well thought out thoughts, william bouguereau, young werther, zen buddhism, {recherche du temps perdu}

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