Do you have the Holstee Manifesto hanging in your home or office? Have a picture of you holding it on the Brooklyn Bridge or atop Mount Everest?
We want to see it! Post it to Instagram with the hashtag “#holsteemanifesto.” We will be picking our favorite one each week and sending the winner our latest Letterpress Card! We’ll be uploading our favorites to our Facebook, so be sure to check our page to tag your pics!
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More photos from Seattle’s First Day Of Marriage Equality via buzzfeed
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Get up cheerfully on days you have to work, if you can. And if you can’t, what keeps you from doing so? Is there something heavy that blocks the way? What do you have against heaviness and difficulty? That it can kill you. So it is powerful and strong. This much you know about it. And what do you know about things that are light and easy? Nothing. We have no memory whatsoever of that which was easy and light. So even if you could choose, ought you not actually choose what is difficult? Don’t you feel how it is related to you? … And are you not in agreement with nature when you make this choice? Don’t you think a little sapling would have an easier time by staying in the soil? Things that are light and things that are heavy don’t actually exist. Life itself is heavy and difficult. And you do actually want to live? Then you are mistaken in calling it your duty to take on difficulties. It’s your survival instinct that pushes you to do it. So what is duty, then? It is duty to love what is difficult … You have to be there when it needs you.
— Rainer Maria Rilke"