"When we must deal with problems, we instinctively resist trying the way that leads through obscurity and darkness. We wish to hear only of unequivocal results, and completely forget that these results can only be brought about when we have ventured into and emerged again from the darkness. But to penetrate the darkness we must summon all the powers of enlightenment that consciousness can offer."
, ”The Stages of Life” (1930). In CW 8: The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche
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High summer fluorescents reflections in the amazing pool at Hotel St. Cecilia in Austin, Texas
Amazing swimwear shoot from the latest issue of @InterviewMag
Felix Baumgartner’s world record jump from the edge of space
When you realize an energy drink has a better space program than your nation.