The Everyday Life

“….what really matters is not to change our life, dreaming another one more interesting, what matters is to make this life speak for itself, the way it was given to us, the everyday life , the humble, the human, the one in which everything that could be sought must therefore exist .”

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One Response to “The Everyday Life”

  1. kelliestrom Says:

    You might like this –
    In Praise of the Everyday (Hyldest til Hverdagen) by Dan Turèll
    http://airforceamazons.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/in-praise-of-everyday.html

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