Future Construction

“Depression is the inability to construct a future.”
– Rollo May

treehouse

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My brain feels slightly blurry today. I don’t feel capable of serious or heavy thoughts, so I’m keeping things simple. The above quote from existentialist psychologist Rollo May has been stuck in my head for a few days. I want to live in this house. So here’s to constructing a future where that, and anything else, is possible.

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2 thoughts on “Future Construction

  1. clarahinton says:

    The house you’ve shown is “simplicity at its best” and I love the fact that you can recognize when your mind needs to concentrate on the plain, the calm, the simple things in life. Anytime I go back to nature — there is peace. Living among the singing birds, the nightime starry sky, and the shade of the big oak trees is a wonderful thought.

    Keep constructing! You have a beautiful plan! 🙂

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