zoo house – berkeley.

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“But if there is a state where the soul can find a resting-place secure enough to establish itself and concentrate its entire being there. . .

. . . with no need to remember the past or reach into the future, where time is nothing to it, where the present runs on indefinitely but this duration goes unnoticed, with no sign of the passing of time. . .

. . . and no other feeling of deprivation or enjoyment, pleasure or pain, desire or fear than the simple feeling of existence, a feeling that fills our soul entirely, as long as the state lasts we can call ourselves happy. . . “

Jean-Jacques Rousseau // Reveries of the Solitary Walker

house of ellington gallery links below.