Any recommended books for people getting over depression and starting to look forward again?
The Baghavad Gita
The works of Marcus Aurelius, Senece and Epictetus
The works of Epicurus and Lucretius
The works of Augustine and Aquinas
The works of Aristotles
The works of Nietzsche (sometimes)
The Qu'ran (perhaps)
The works of Henry Miller (seriously)
The works of Montaigne and Descartes
The Divine Comedy, and Dante's works generally
The works of Rabelais
The works of Goethe (some of them at least)
Some erotic poetry
The works of Emerson
Now that we've covered the basis, the thread can begin.
Series of Unfortunate Events. It's easy, funny, filled with references to other literature, and a major theme is moving forward despite tragedy.
And now I will leave /lit/ forever so no one can attack this small corner of my childhood.
Is what's depicted on the screen what this guy is watching? If so, the graphics are shit and the subject matter is boring as fuck. A rainbow? Really? That lantern is more interesting.
This photo would be more convincing if it was a big ol' pair of titties or something.
Not really sure. I didn't read it in English. I read a version that had the translated version on the left page and the original text at the right page. That's the only way to read poetry if you don't know the native language well.
It's a homage to pic related.
Would work way better if his apartment didn't look middle class as fuck