the little prince – see with your heart

awakening the heart eye

lots of things change… depending on how we look at them.. no..?
let’s start looking/listening .. with our hearts.. no? (Mikey ness)

Hier mein Geheimnis. Es ist ganz einfach: 

the little prince quote

der kleine prinz – antoine de saint – exupery

translation: Here is my secret, a very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.   – via link below as translated by Katherine Woods


the little prince white

book links to amazon

onlyness celebrate

prejudice quote


everyday ness:

Listen to your heart
Listen to the beat
Listen to the rhythm
The rhythm of the street


eric – loving/seeing – no strings attached.

be the art 


making of the book:

the little prince making


from Maria – quotes from Jeanette Winterson:

It was painful to watch, but also shrouded in soft pity — endearing, because he was merely seeking to connect with her work and needed a sherpa in understanding it. His chief fault wasn’t so much doing it in public, without having first made those necessary investments, but in presuming that it was the artist’s duty to be that sherpa herself.

but rather.. ours to listen deeply.. see what is..


When was the last time you looked at anything, solely, and concentratedly, and for its own sake? … We find we are not very good at looking.


Admire me is the sub-text of so much of our looking; the demand put on art that it should reflect the reality of the viewer. The true painting, in its stubborn independence, cannot do this, except coincidentally. Its reality is imaginative not mundane.

When the thick curtain of protection is taken away; protection of prejudice, protection of authority, protection of trivia, even the most familiar of paintings can begin to work its power. There are very few people who could manage an hour alone with the Mona Lisa.


Maria Popova (@brainpicker) tweeted at 6:01 AM – 29 Jun 2018 :
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was born on this day in 1900. His original watercolors for “The Little Prince” and the bittersweet true story behind the beloved book (

Children quite naturally see with the heart, the essential is clearly visible to them.
not yet scrambled
see w heart


awakening indispensable people (original deck from 2011)


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