There are plenty of people in the world I don’t dislike, some whom I almost like; on the other hand, I almost hate some of whom I don’t dislike, too. But how many people did I truly love? – Hitomi
…men and women have carnal urges, and people fall in love with each other in order to satisfy those (sexual) desires, don’t they? We can call it love or passion or various other things, but you know, no matter how pretty the paper that you wrap it up in, when all is said and done, the primary force that drives people towards one another is still the same sensuality. – Masayo
Your year would definitely be more beautiful with Tomoko Hayashi calendars.
RICH is my word for someone who can afford to make choices, who has enough resources to do more than merely survive. You don’t need a private plane to be rich, but you do need enough time and food and health and access to be able to interact with the market for stuff and for ideas.
As soon as consumers enter the marketplace, they gain power, because power comes from choice. Consumer power is a brand new force.
We all share communication tools. Most of us share the same three or four languages. We all share the same planet. But we’re not the same. We’re people with choices, and we won’t alter those choices merely because we used to have no choice.
…all characters in Chinese are composed of eight fundamental types of brushstrokes, ranked in a simple hierarchy: the dian (dot), heng (horizontal), shu (vertical), pie (left-falling diagonal), na (right-falling diagonal), tiao (rising), zhe (bending downward/rightward), and gou (hook).
Save the Chinese Typewriter (Kickstarter)