Jerzy Duda-Gracz（Polish, 1941-2004）
Walc As-dur op. 42 (cykl “Chopinowi”) Waltz in A flat major, Op. 42 (series “Chopin”) 2001
Nokturn Des-dur op. 27 nr 2 (cykl “Chopinowi”) Nocturne in D flat major, Op. 27, No. 2 (series “Chopin”) 2001
Walc a-moll op. 34 nr 2 (cykl “Chopinowi”) Waltz in A minor, Op. 34 No. 2 (series “Chopin”) 2001
Lubniewice, Nokturn H-dur op. 9 nr 3 (cykl “Chopinowi”) Lubniewice, Nocturne in B major, Op. 9 No. 3 (series “Chopin”) 2001
Ballada g-moll op.23 Ballade in G minor op.23
Mazurek 4 b-moll 4 Mazurka in B flat minor 2002
Kanon w oktawie f-moll Canon at the octave F minor 2003
It’s been more than 5 years since the last journal written with a pen.
I haven’t stopped putting in words since 8pm and now its 5:55am Saturday morning. I’m comparing how it feels to leave writing with a pen, continue writing by typing / blogging , and coming back to pen.
Feeling my rapid hand letting out very bad handwriting feels like a race.
You can’t help but try to write faster so the hand can catch up.
So, the other side, a good side of typing. Faster recording.
While handwriting gets you to think faster, a mind race.
Being in a catch up mode, let me realize one thing, mind can easily be numbed by routine and that to actually get ink on your hand is basically a very human thing to do - to feel the moment.
Kudos to those who pen in still.
Now I know what I’ve missed all these years, I’ll keep up with both - fast fingers and fast mind.
as my heart is heavy tonight.
— ~- the point of memories (via lostinspacecollection)
— Ralph Waldo Emerson (via bornbetweentwosigns)