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preparing for ghosts - the many melodies

This is a reblog from @preparingforghost’s instagram feed. I like how they speak to so many different attitudes or approaches to teaching, listening, dancing, making art and simply getting on with people.

The many melodies

  1. How to present
  2. How to entertain
  3. How to debate
  4. How to address
  5. How to encourage
  6. How to pass
  7. How to apologize
  8. How to tell
  9. How to respond
  10. How to assist
  11. How to console
  12. How to leave

The list is originally from Keel’s Simple Dairy: Volume 1.

Here are the images, stolen from @preparingforghost. By the way, she also has a tumblelog called, wait for it, preparing for ghosts. It’s a ripper.

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