If I can only succeed in making you happy — I will have succeeded in the bigest and most difficult thing there is — that is to make one personcompletely happy. Your happiness means my happiness.
“On August 5th of 1962, 36-year-old Marilyn Monroe was found dead at her home. The next day, the following unsent and seemingly unfinished letter, addressed to ex-husband Joe DiMaggio, was discovered at her desk, folded up in her address book. It is thought they were planning to remarry.” (via Letters of Note)
Illustration by Lianne Harrison. This piece, according to Harrison is “based around the theme of female aviators, particularly the WW2 pilots, who took over male duties, flying a wide variety of military aircrafts throughout the war, a significant point in the history of equal rights for women.”
I cannot deny a person, a human being, a taxpayer, a worker, the people of my district and across this state, the State of New York, and those people who make this the great state that it is the same rights that I have with my wife.
Disability access, always guaranteed?
“Modern Book Printing,” a sculpture commemorating to Johannes Gutenberg, whose invention of modern printing press around 1450 in Mainz, Germany, opened our access to knowledge.