About Rodrigo Bressane

Photographer, designer, founder at Lime and Pandalux.

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  • Rodrigo shared from Delta of Venus by Anaïs Nin
    She told obscene stories like a man. Her drawing had a strength not found in a woman’s work. But her name had a feminine sound, her walk was feminine, and she was said not to have a penis. The men did not know quite how to treat her. Sometimes they slapped her on the back with fraternal feelings. “She lived with two girls in a studio. One of them was a model, the other, a nightclub singer. But no one knew what relationship there was among them. The two girls seemed to have a relationship like that of a husband and a wife. What was Mafouka to them? They would never answer any questions. Montparnasse...
    Note: Montparnasse wants to know.
  • Rodrigo shared from Delta of Venus by Anaïs Nin
    Someone told me the delightful story of a crusader who had put a chastity belt on his wife and left the key in care of his best friend in case of his death. He had barely ridden away a few miles when he saw his friend riding furiously after him, calling out: ‘You gave me the wrong key!’
    Note: Wrong key.
  • Rodrigo shared from Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion by Sam Harris
    The truth is that, whatever happens after death, it is possible to justify a life of spiritual practice and self-transcendence without pretending to know things we do not know.
  • Rodrigo shared from Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion by Sam Harris
    Most people who believe they are meditating are merely thinking with their eyes closed.
    Note: Me, probably.
  • Rodrigo shared from Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion by Sam Harris
    The principal enemy of mindfulness—or of any meditative practice—is our deeply conditioned habit of being distracted by thoughts.
    Note: The enemy.