Rostro Comun by ~elthe
This this work done with coal and coffee.
It measures 2 * 2 ’ 50 meters.
One day he said to her: “You are like me; you are different from most people. You are Kamala, no one else, and within you there is a stillness, a heaven to which you can withdraw at any time and be at home there— just as I can. Few people have that, but yet all of them could have it.”
“Not all people are smart,” said Kamala.
“No,” said Siddhartha, “it does not depend on that. Kamaswami is as smart as I am, and yet he has no heaven within him. Others do have it who are mere children as far as their understanding goes. Most people, Kamala, are like fallen leaves that blow in the wind and whirl about in the air, then dip and fall to Earth. But others, only a few, are like stars, which move on a fixed course where no wind reaches them; they have their law and their course within them.
|—||Hermann Hessee, Siddhartha|
Ignat Ignatov, Torso in Green
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