Piccsy :: I would ask for still more

18 03 2013

I’d never heard of Rabindranath Tagore before I stumbled upon this image. A tad creepy, but the sentiments are gorgeous.

Piccsy :: picc.

I would ask for still more, if I had the sky with all its stars,
and the world with its endless riches; but I would be content with
the smallest corner of this earth if only she were mine.

Rabindranath Tagore

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Love Locks Vancouver to be taken down | Vancity Buzz | Vancouver Blog

22 02 2013

The urban version of carving initials in a tree?

Love Locks Vancouver to be taken down | Vancity Buzz | Vancouver Blog.

Love Locks Vancouver to be taken down | Vancity Buzz | Vancouver Blog





Piccsy :: To love a person

8 02 2013

Piccsy :: To love a person.

Let me sing your song.





Incredible Trampled Snow Art by Simon Beck | Bored Panda

27 12 2012

Bored Panda do it again! Great find on their excellent design blog. British engineer Simon Beck now spends his winters in Les Arcs, in France. There, he gets his exercise by donning snow shoes and treading out geometric designs he’s created on his computer.

I love this kind of because I can stuff. It’s inherently temporary, in that snow melts and can be covered over, or skied through. But it is such a commitment of time and energy… all an expression of internal drive and, I suppose, love of what you’re trying to achieve. When it’s done, if it ever truly is, then it has a limited time to be appreciated before it gets altered by the wind, or more snow, or other people.

There’s something intensely human about setting out on such a grand task with no real guarantee of success or lasting result. A little like love itself.

Incredible Trampled Snow Art by Simon Beck | Bored Panda.





The science of love

7 12 2012

… how to fall in love

  • Find a complete stranger.
  • Reveal to each other intimate details about your lives for half an hour.
  • Then, stare deeply into each other’s eyes without talking for four minutes.

York psychologist, Professor Arthur Arun, has been studying why people fall in love.

He asked his subjects to carry out the above 3 steps and found that many of his couples felt deeply attracted after the 34 minute experiment. Two of his subjects later got married.

Oh, well THAT’s easy then!

The science of love.





Easier said than done, methinks!

5 11 2012

No idea where this originally came from, but I found it on StumbleUpon.





Lolgle – Google+ – ✔ Share if you agree

13 10 2012

So I get these regular emails from Google telling me the “top 3 posts for me” (A little like a horoscope I reckon. Just for me…. and thousands of others with nothing better to do than click…)

It was a bit sugary and not even proper English:

Lolgle - Google+ - ✔ Share if you agree

Lolgle – Google+ – ✔ Share if you agree.

But, you know, when all’s said and done, it’s a fair enough comment.

Our lives continually intersect with other people. Some we feel an affinity with or distaste of and maybe create more than a passing acquaintance – positive or negative. Some we instantly forget. Some we detest. Some we love. Some love us. Sometimes it’s even the same person. Sometimes we both admit it out loud. (Often not.) Sometimes we can tell anyway.

And we deal with all of it. Sometimes well. Sometimes by crying.

Despite the shallow message in the original post, we do sometimes have a choice of who we spend our time with. Some of those who love us do it in expectation of something in return. Perhaps it’s sex (especially if they’re a bloke!), perhaps just returned affection. It’s not to say the love they offer is insincere, just “qualified”.

There are others though who will pour their love on you no matter what. A parent perhaps. A wife or husband if you’re lucky. An ex even.

Sometimes we all need to feel we matter… no matter what we did, who we are, or where we’ve been. Someone to tell us they love us anyway.

Are you an unconditional lover of someone?

Have you told them?