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#Amsterdam’s word on the street

The Dutch love erecting sayings and quotes on their buildings … bless ’em.

Like all great travellers, I have seen more than I remember, and I remember more than I have seen.


TELL ME ABOUT IT.


Men under the guidance of reason desire nothing for themselves which they do not also desire for the rest of mankind.


This was on the wall at Café Brecht, which makes sense, as this is a Brechtian quote. It translates (roughly) in English to, “Because things are the way they are, they will not stay the way they are.” I found this wall last year, when I titled this post.


Haha! So true.


Aw. Bless.


Ok so this wasn’t in Amsterdam, it was in the Delft. I found it when I took a daytrip there to visit the birthplace of Johannes Vermeer.


This was on an abandoned, boarded-up building.


It’s Emily Dickinson.
To make a prairie,
it takes a clover
and one bee.
One clover,
and a bee,
and revery.
The revery alone
will do
if the bees are few.”

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