A Ninja's Dream

A dot in the World.

surmise-en-scene:

Swedish footballer Kim Kallstrom comforts an overwhelmed kid with Williams syndrome as the teams line up before Sweden’s World Cup qualifier vs. Germany.
The father of young Max wrote to Kallstrom on Facebook:

"Because of your actions my son could experience precisely the same emotions as everyone else, pride, a sense of being special, ‘I did it’ and an immense joy"

More here

surmise-en-scene:

Swedish footballer Kim Kallstrom comforts an overwhelmed kid with Williams syndrome as the teams line up before Sweden’s World Cup qualifier vs. Germany.

The father of young Max wrote to Kallstrom on Facebook:

"Because of your actions my son could experience precisely the same emotions as everyone else, pride, a sense of being special, ‘I did it’ and an immense joy"

More here

— 2 days ago with 59 notes
#kim kallstrom  #football  #arsenal  #sweden  #max 
primaryimpulse:
This photo was taken at the start of a 2014 World Cup Qualifying match from last week. Sweden vs Germany.
The footballer comforting the overwhelmed child is Swedish player, Kim Kallstrom.  
The little boy, who is autistic, became nervous and disconcerted by the stadium crowd.
Gorgeous swedish men with kind hearts? Yep, that’s a ten out of ten.

primaryimpulse:

This photo was taken at the start of a 2014 World Cup Qualifying match from last week. Sweden vs Germany.

The footballer comforting the overwhelmed child is Swedish player, Kim Kallstrom.  

The little boy, who is autistic, became nervous and disconcerted by the stadium crowd.

Gorgeous swedish men with kind hearts? Yep, that’s a ten out of ten.

— 2 days ago with 58 notes
#kim kallstrom  #sweden  #arsenal  #max  #football 
theparisreview:

“Only the Mistakes Belong to Us”—Jorge Luis Borges
This tree keeps falling over. I prop it up,it falls again. And the rain fallsday after day like a broken wet record.Here are the birds—tiny, smaller
than birds. And like fresh butcher’spaper, the light so bright it hurts.So the birds are paper and so is the sky.It will be easiest if I draw you a picture,
each of us a different shade of gray.What goes right is an accident. It can’tbe blamed on us. What goes wrong
is almost impossible to see. How quicklyit disappears, like someone’s handinto someone else’s pocket.
—Matthew Thorburn. Art: Rachel Wolfson.

theparisreview:

“Only the Mistakes Belong to Us”
—Jorge Luis Borges

This tree keeps falling over. I prop it up,
it falls again. And the rain falls
day after day like a broken wet record.
Here are the birds—tiny, smaller

than birds. And like fresh butcher’s
paper, the light so bright it hurts.
So the birds are paper and so is the sky.
It will be easiest if I draw you a picture,

each of us a different shade of gray.
What goes right is an accident. It can’t
be blamed on us. What goes wrong

is almost impossible to see. How quickly
it disappears, like someone’s hand
into someone else’s pocket.

Matthew Thorburn. Art: Rachel Wolfson.

— 4 days ago with 416 notes
#matthew thorburn  #poem  #poetry  #jorge luis borges  #quotes