The Havisham Hour

The Havisham Hour

  • carlson hatton

    Apr 22, 2014 | 2 min
  • Page 471, read by PAUL FREED

    Apr 22, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 471 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I'm worried about forgetting. What matters are not places or moments, just how graceful you remain until time makes repugnance to people melt away. You must remember to keep great constancy in being affectionate though, otherwise your wet and decayed stockings will reveal that you were as average as every other drowned person lost in their watery graves.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to learn more about this project, listen to previous podcasts and to get fine prints of the pages. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 470, read by NOAH BECKER

    Apr 21, 2014 | 3 min
    How can you distinguish between being under water and being above water? You can't if you're compulsively busy. You can't if you mitigate and desensitize the few spare moments where you find yourself with nothing to do and no one to talk to. You can't if you feel superior to others more often than not. You can't if you defense your crankiness. You can't if you think the world conspires against you. You already drowned yourself.
  • Page 469, read by YOSHIE SAKAI

    Apr 20, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 469 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Positive feelings are a luxury these days. They're only appropriate in certain places and at certain times, and they are mostly judged upon. You don't see them in a crowded mall where we're heavy-footed, shuffling, mincing along, waddling, like paunchy sculptures weighted down by rolls of numbing gloom.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to learn more about this project, listen to previous podcasts and to get fine prints of the pages. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Roberto Cortez

    Apr 18, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 467, read by JAEGER SMITH

    Apr 18, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --What's the difference between sleeping with the clothes you wore through the day, and changing your clothes before falling asleep? We stubbornly refuse to deal with reality until reality surrenders to us and gives us what we think and believe belongs to us.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to learn more about this project, listen to previous podcasts and to get fine prints of the pages. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 465, read by NORA BERMAN

    Apr 16, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 465 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The absence of air in a room with no windows and piles of dirty and clean clothes mixed together, unfolded. Unpaired shoes are littering the floor, there is nothing left to do. Your starring role is to play someone who feels less alone than you. Sorry, your horoscope lied to you today.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 464, read by KAT BELLOLI

    Apr 15, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 464 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Are we in the same boat? I guess we are, although it seems we're going always against the current. Should we steer towards somewhere? Or should we let fortune take us? Letting paper boats go with a wish feels so nice.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 463, read by LOU BEACH

    Apr 14, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 463 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Why should I bother? What is the meaning of all this? Why should I raise questions? It would be better if I would continue burying my emotions under layers of undisturbed expression, composed, contented, submissive, alone, in the company of ridiculous illusions.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 462, read by KATHRYN GARCIA

    Apr 13, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 462 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I am indifferent when I am not disposed. I am not passive when I am resigned. When you create, you endanger your freedom and that makes some people uncomfortable. Freedom is not the absence of danger, as we are made to believe.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 461, read by PETER J. GRANT

    Apr 12, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. -- -- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Lou Beach

    Apr 10, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 459, read by AARON WRINKLE

    Apr 10, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 459 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The solitary side effects under the direct sun: rebirth, stillness, depth, serenity, pause, nourishment, privacy, release, growth, thoughtlessness, life. It all lasts an instant, we make last an instant.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 458, read by COLIN BURROUGH

    Apr 09, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 458 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Some mornings I see symmetries flowing away with the sharp morning air. I like fireplaces, they remind me of the good parts of my grandfather. I've never stopped to think why we like to burn things up.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 457, read by MICHAEL PENHALLOW

    Apr 08, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 457 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The times I feel I will fall in sick precisely when my responsibility is indispensable. Ideas may seem more useless than things, but they hold the same power to wear you and tear you. When you think you may get sick, you get sick.-- Page read by Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 456, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Apr 07, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 456 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Those times when I feel like a resentful harlequin, drinking the bitter venom of others while being left in a corner to smile. I pull the petals of a daisy that a stranger slipped under the door: He detains me, he detains me not.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 455, read by JUSTIN DAVANZO

    Apr 06, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 455 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Inconsistency is natural. Inconsistency is not valued. Our environment wants us to be consistent to be successful, which means you have to be uncreative. Do me a favor, if you are an artist I beg you to be inconsistent.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 454, read by GABRIELLE CAMPION

    Apr 05, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 454 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Being sentimental places you in a state where you stop participating in complexity, where you avoid reality. But if you avoid sentimentalism too much you are going to lose your innocence. Strike a balance.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 453, read by NGENE MWAURA

    Apr 04, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 453 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --When there is no grain of hope left but things eventually and luckily change for the better, some of us remember that dark place we came out of, some of us simply forget.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 452, read by CAREN MAGILL-MYERS

    Apr 03, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 452 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. -- -- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 451, read by GIANNI LOVE

    Apr 02, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I can see pain in someone's eyes, I don't need to see tears.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 451, read by GIANNI LOVE

    Apr 01, 2014 | 3 min
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  • Page 450, read by SIMON O'CORRA

    Apr 01, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 450 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. -- -- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Simon O'Corra

    Mar 31, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 449, read by HANNAH BLEIER

    Mar 31, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 449 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Why are we always encouraged to pardon our enemies, to learn from them, to conquer them with love? I'm not interested in that kind of salvation, not fond of any kind of lesson in there. I like to keep my doubts, I like to settle my thoughts. I have no problem embracing scorn.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 448, read by KAITLIN WALSH

    Mar 30, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 448 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --What's tremendous about being subjected against your will is not the suffering or the subjection itself. It is grasping the fact that another person has control over you. They decide what you will hear, do, and feel. Is it love or is it pain?-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 447, read by TREVOR GUTHRIE

    Mar 29, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 447 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Fear has a bitter cold taste, and it's painful. It is always uninvited and unexpected and it leaves on its own terms. Fear makes us hurt ourselves, it overwhelms us. You can't look at it, you can't scape from it, you can't divide it, and you can't forget it. -- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 446, read by MATT GILL

    Mar 28, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 446 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a harder battle.”― Plato-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 445, read by CHRIS NORTHROP

    Mar 27, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 445 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --When are struck by our own thanklessness? Pretty much never. We're unbelievers, enamored of debris and the need of an audience. Even self-loathing becomes a narcissistic spectacle.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 444, read by NANCY WILLIAMS

    Mar 26, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 444 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We are selectively and blindly ungrateful. We unconsciously decide who to appreciate and who to disown, and that usually changes each day. We are superficial by nature, only concerned with events and not with their consequences. We are selfish by nature, only concerned with people in relation to us and not from their own point of view.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 443, read by TERUKO NAKAJIMA

    Mar 26, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 443 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We're bad at remembering things, that's why we write in the first place, and also that's why we become artists, so we stop losing important information. I like to hold on to things I love after they're gone.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 442, read by JOSEPH HARO

    Mar 24, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 442 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Precautions become the law of the matter against beautiful hindrances. Our vocabulary is so limited when we address them, we repeat the same words until they weaken and die. On top of it, we are afraid of writing ill-written letters to them.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Hannah Bleier

    Mar 23, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 440, read by AMANDA CHURCH

    Mar 22, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 440 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Loosen the hold of your last anchor and go away. Leave the slaughterhouse of time behind and get lost in the dust bowl. Your life is a mirage.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Nancy Williams

    Mar 22, 2014 | 3 min
  • Jody Hoevel

    Mar 21, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 439, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Mar 21, 2014 | 1 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 439 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --When I was a little kid I loved to each my lunch at school under the huge climbing rose in the courtyard. I just loved to see and smell the roses.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 437, read by JOHN KILDUFF

    Mar 19, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 437 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We die in proportion of the untold secrets we throw around us. The fuller that black box is, the less salvation we get. Put the case that our black box never really gets completely empty.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 436, read by JOHN WAIBLINGER

    Mar 18, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 436 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I admit nothing. I cannot express the essence of what cannot be possessed. Poetry doesn't stop decay, it exacerbates it.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 435, read by LUCIE POHL

    Mar 17, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 435 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We label things and people out of desperation and self-doubt. We have to have a formula to explain our thoughts and feelings. We live bereaved lives.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 433, read by STEVEN CALLAHAN

    Mar 15, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 433 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --When you speak, you give away your secrets. Everybody speaks. We speak more now than ever before. Not only that, we want to speak louder than everyone else. We want to be the chatterbox queen and king. When you speak, you stop being an artist.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 432, read by EASTON MILLER

    Mar 14, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 432 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Let's conjugate Fate: I was, I am, I will... How contemptuous. Enduring existence is such a wearing occupation, such an impractical career. Everybody should know their own business.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 431, read by JOHN MILLS

    Mar 13, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 431 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Everything decays at every moment. Emotions, thoughts, ideas, not just the palpable. The rays of romanticism that long surround us are everything but permanent. They dissolute insipidly in the darkness.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 430, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Mar 12, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 430 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Silence.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 428, read by MARY NIEDERKORN

    Mar 11, 2014 | 3 min
  • Mary Niederkorn

    Mar 10, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 426, read by ELIZABETTA MORALES

    Mar 08, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 426 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Everything repeats itself in this Universe. Chaos becomes a dull routine. We drag on, in vain, invalidating our dreams, loathing everything and idolizing life. We watch beauty rot before our eyes, and resentfulness blossoms.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 424, read by VIVIEN COCKCROFT

    Mar 06, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 424 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Yearning for those perfect days to part with things, people, possessions or ideas that I no longer want. Every vestige of phantom air vanishes and gives way with a solemn voice to a new vivacity. Forgive yourself, numerous times.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 423, read by EVA ABRAAMYAN-TERZIAN

    Mar 05, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 423 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Living in a permanent isolating cell, overwhelmed with our amplified selfish struggles, we could not live day after day if the chance of terminating our life on our own terms would not make us begin things over and over again. Until the moment it doesn't.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 421, read by CYNDI FINKLE

    Mar 03, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 421 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The best way to shake away any lingering regrets, no matter how small, is to tell our story, without any commiseration.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 400, read by BRIGITTE MBANGA

    Feb 10, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 400 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --My mind is so soupy and wooden this morning. I'm trying to milk some thrifty tears from somewhere, but I'm afraid I'm just going to sap some enervating ludicrousness. Sometimes, instead of coercing a fruitless dialogue with yourself, it's better to make some tea and take care of something shallow. Yes, that's what I'm going to do.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 399

    Feb 09, 2014 | 4 min
  • Page 393, read by DIEDRA HART

    Feb 03, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 393 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --After each day we are a little bit emptier, a little bit heavier, a little bit rustier. We're greeted by another kind of fatigue, just when we thought we were able to forget yesterday's. We blindly bite into the ground with such absurdity. Repeat.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 392, read by YOLANDA HAWKINS

    Feb 03, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 392 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Solemn whispers determine nothing. they can't bloom. They are a kind of preposterous metaphor. Everything conspires to harm you and there is nothing you can do against it. Everyone is miserable but just a few know it.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 391, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Feb 01, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 391 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I am rusty, you are rusty, he is rusty. I attempt to plunge to nothingness. I dare you to find something more pathetic. How will you defend yourself? I love Tom, Jack, and Richard, but that doesn't matter.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 390, read by PATRICK CROCKART

    Jan 31, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 390 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Don't break cover too soon. Lie close. Disaster is too exact. It has all the reasons on its inside. -- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 389, read by PEGGY MOLLOY

    Jan 30, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 389 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Being constantly worried means to think of oneself constantly, incapable to visualize a neutral path forward. In this fragile state you want to be considered invisible and you want people to be completely ignorant of your proceedings. Except that, deep in your mind, you really don't want that, you want the opposite of that.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
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    Jan 29, 2014 | 3 min
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    Jan 29, 2014 | 1 min
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    Jan 29, 2014 | 2 min
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    Jan 29, 2014 | 1 min
  • Page 387, read by ANDREA MONTANO

    Jan 28, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 387 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --If we're able to name what gives us pain, we endure it better, we can fight it and move on. But embracing the painful by defining it means we are rejecting it, we don't want to claim that as ours, we reject ourselves. But it is yours, no matter how much you deny it. Defining things, labeling, is a destructive vice.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 386, read by SARAH-JANE COHEN

    Jan 27, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 386 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We all have different physical features that make us different, but we all have the same defect: we wait for things. We only live when we have nothing to expect. We're, therefore, always indirect, always late. Always late. Always.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 385, read by CHAD WYS

    Jan 26, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 385 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --When you can't sleep you're drowned into a pit of irrevocable sorrow, deprived of forgetfulness, begging for the darkness to leave, even if it means going through the day without a break. The sight of a bed can be terrifying.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 384, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Jan 25, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 384 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Being the opposite of a mess means knowing yourself at a certain level, and that requires some reflection time and intellectual capacity. Some people decide to apply the Don't-Go-Home Method instead.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 383, read by FILIP NOTERDAEME

    Jan 24, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 383 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I've shed bitter tears listening to broken words. But I never retreated from that opaque debility. Things do pass in time, the burrowing thoughts turn to dust. There is no insult inflicted in calling someone "happy". -- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Filip Noterdaeme

    Jan 24, 2014 | 4 min
  • Page 382, read by LOTTA ALSEN

    Jan 23, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 382 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. -- -- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 381, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Jan 22, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 381 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Some people believe that our existence is fulfilled within solitude only, that we need to be in solitude because we are individuals after all. I think those people have an image of what they want to destroy, not of what they want to create. They will eventually toss you out, just don't resign yourself to the cell they want to put you in. Don't do that to yourself.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 380, read by INGRID ABRASH

    Jan 22, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 380 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --When you get awakened by the collapse of the slow burning coals in and around your life, you could do two things: continue knitting on, or raise your eyes and start speaking from your heart.-- Page read by INGRID ABRASH here: http://goo.gl/Xh8otY. Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 379, read by PARRIS PATTON

    Jan 20, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 379 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I realize now that I'm the one placing my own snares. Why is it that I catch myself catching myself but can't stop placing more and more snares? I may be a snare farmer. I exist insofar I catch myself.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Ana Spross

    Jan 18, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 377, read by JOE PRICE

    Jan 18, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 377 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Poetry is a straight line towards decomposition. Some people love to be taken by its incandescent wind to a place of blissful fatality, and some people get blisters in their ears just thinking about its howling, knitting sound. It's funny.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 376, read by JAMES WALSH

    Jan 17, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 376 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I washed the precipitation and the expedition from my face. I washed the monotony, I washed the justification, the harmony, the contradiction, the absurdity, the disambiguation, and the fatality. My clarity of vision now seems mockingly poor.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 375, read by JOHN MITCHINSON

    Jan 16, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 375 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Every explosive emotion around us that emerges and submerges has a mark of grimy flimsiness, a core of pointlessness. Sometimes is best to force yourself to silence.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 374, read by HEATHER ARNDT

    Jan 15, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 374 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Our skin-deep feelings are a nightmare for other people. We invoke our appearances as insolent triumphs, but it's always for the others that we invent them every time.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 373, read by PAIGE WERY

    Jan 14, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 373 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --How much tingling blood is there in the skeleton of an artist who's warming in the sun while daydreaming? I guess that depends on what you compare it to.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 372, read by SUZANNE DESIDERIO

    Jan 13, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 372 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --On those situations when I pretend not to see someone, and they pretend not to see me: a deserter scatters and divulges himself out of fear and in spite of it. In the surrender to himself, he will be ruined and wrecked.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 371, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Jan 12, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 371 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --What's my narrative? I don't know. Today I abhor the turpitude of my dreams last night, which were crowded with syrupy specters that were burning my eyes while I was trying to escape the puppet theater of my bodily existence. But tomorrow's narrative, who knows? In fact, everything may change right after breakfast.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 370, read by SIENNA CASSON

    Jan 11, 2014 | 1 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 370 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The time has gone through the garbage disposal, and with it the corrupted memories. I turned the switch on so the detritus goes down the drain, all the way to the sewage, where it belongs, washed away with someone's putrid bodily fluids. it has slipped through without a trace. I don't even remember what this writing is about.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 368, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Jan 09, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 368 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Me and them. There is so much that is not learned in school. Knowledge is not free and it's not a choice to acquire it.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 367, read by HELEN REBEKAH GARBER

    Jan 08, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 367 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I have lost my place in the book of my remembrance too many times. I feel it happens more often than it should. Sometimes entire chapters get lost. Sometimes I lose memories purposefully.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2014 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 365, read by JOHN-DAVID PERRY

    Jan 06, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 365 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We hoard our existence with so many chores and routines that we reach a point when we need someone else to do that tedious and mindless job for us. But once that happens, it is practically impossible to ever take that ability back. We become less and less functional, more and more dependent. It's a way of aging quickly.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 364, read by SUSAN SIRONI

    Jan 05, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 364 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I have a huge confession to make: I've always had more trust on people who were good looking. That was until I learned the lesson the hard way. Now it's the opposite, I have less trust the more good looking they are. I feel quite comfortable with that approach. No regrets. You can't trust beauty.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 360, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Jan 01, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 360 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --When I have a fixed idea that I want to take into reality I may think I had begun realizing it on a specific day, or even hour, or in the very moment I revealed the wording from my unconscious. The fact is that I may very well be already in the middle of making that idea happen before I realize of its beginnings. I think the point is in taking it to a place of arrival, regardless of when or where it departed from. I believe things may have an end, but they have no beginning.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©20...
  • Page 353, read by LINDER STERLING

    Dec 25, 2013 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 353 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I believe one of the purposes of Art is to encourage the viewer to give a hard look on things that are not really beautiful. We believe that admiring the ideal Beauty will bring us closer to happiness, and we completely forget that in the end Beauty takes us further and further away from salvation, compromising us and bringing us closer to our own downfall. Beauty turns you into a ghost.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 340, read by RAQUEL WILLIAMS

    Dec 15, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 340 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --What happens when you love someone, you give them the power to break your heart, you trust them that they will not break it, but they do break it in the end anyway. How many strikes is it going to take until you walk away? Why do we cling on 'profoundness' or 'depth'? Why don't we just walk away? I've done it, I did it, and I walked away, and I couldn't be happier about it, without a shadow of regret.-- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/Saving-Miss-Havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 342, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Dec 15, 2013 | 1 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 342 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --This is the beginning.-- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/Saving-Miss-Havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
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    Dec 09, 2013 | 3 min
  • Page 336, read by CRYSTAL HORNBACK

    Dec 08, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 336 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --When something or someone, including myself, break my right to expect an outcome, the shock comes with a sense of suffocation. The vaporous ideal feels like dry eyes: no tears or laughter come out. Choosing a new expectation seems so absurd at first.-- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/Saving-Miss-Havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 335, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Dec 07, 2013 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 335 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I don't think someone can create indefinitely. Sometimes I see artists giving expression and meaning to things that are already exhausted. I think we've all done it. In a way, it is expected from artists to do the same thing over and over and over. That is decadence. I admire some people that try to awaken from this productive hypnosis. They want to live because they are defying decadence.-- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/Saving-Miss-Havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
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    Dec 05, 2013 | 3 min
  • Page 331, read by CLAUDIA CARBALLADA

    Dec 03, 2013 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 331 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Are we the only species on Earth that cannot sleep when we want? I think I found the perfect definition of Heaven and Hell: you can always sleep in Heaven, never in Hell.-- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/Saving-Miss-Havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 330, read by DANA WILLIAMS FLORES

    Dec 02, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 330 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I remember reading Dracula when I was very young. I think it was then when I fell in love with Victorian literature -- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/Saving-Miss-Havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 329, read by MARGARET ADACHI

    Dec 01, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 329 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I don't even remember when I started my first journal. I don't know how old I was. I used to fill pages after pages about things I lived or I wanted to live, feelings I felt or I wanted to feel. I have not stopped writing on journals ever since.-- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/Saving-Miss-Havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 328, read by ROBBY WHITELAW

    Nov 30, 2013 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 328 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --For some people, the passion for the absurd is the only thing that gives meaning to life. They love the absolute useless, they enjoy the poisonous things, every surprise is a painful surprise, every experience is a new chance for torture. They are usually nice and sweet, fun to be around, but lonely. I think I've been one of those people in the past.-- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/Saving-Miss-Havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
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    Nov 29, 2013 | 3 min
  • Page 327, read by LUDMILA ADAMS

    Nov 29, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 327 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Why raise questions, throw lights, or see shadows? Why should I bother?-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 326, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Nov 28, 2013 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 326 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --My grandma used to raise turkeys. Sometimes, as a treat during the cold months, she used to give them bread crumbs soaked in wine, and a single peppercorn each. They were not sulky or booby birds. They were happy turkeys. I created this page in her memory.-- Please donate to my campaign to save Miss Havisham: www.fundly.com/saving-miss-havisham. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 325, read by GEOLYN GONZALEZ

    Nov 27, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 325 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Are brutes ignorant because they are brutes, or are they brutes because they are ignorant? In any case, my way to dealing with their bullying has always been to get around it while helping others. They eventually self-combust with bitterness and dumb decisions.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
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    Nov 26, 2013 | 3 min
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  • Page 324, read by HILLARY RUBIN

    Nov 26, 2013 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 324 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I remember when I believed that sleep was almost a nuisance, an obstacle for living, a waste of time. I went from there to believe of sleep as nourishment, and of waking life as being a nuisance, an obstacle, a waste of time, particularly when it shows up uninvited in the middle of the night.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 323, read by LISETTE ROSENBLOOM

    Nov 25, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 323 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --As an artist, I have felt in the past that my career had been resolved into my own idea of success and failure. It was either one or the other, and it was always someone else idea. I've thrown that paradigm out the window. Success is failure. Failure is success. It's all about love.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 322, read by JERRY T. ADAMS

    Nov 24, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 322 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Proud of the small stuff, of the big stuff, of the stuff I own, of the stuff I got. Pride always puts me in a position of weakness and conflict, of separation, of rivalry. I try to strive for humbleness. But isn't humbleness another way of being proud? As in proud to be humble? What is the opposite of pride? How I can get to 'nothingness' so I don't have to be this or be that?-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 321, read by STEPHANIE ROSS

    Nov 23, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 321 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I remember one of those times when I thought I was done with love. I locked my heart and threw away the key. I want to think everyone has done the same at some point or another. Of course that's just silly. You can't be done with it, or lock it in. It doesn't work. Resistance is futile.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 320, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Nov 22, 2013 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 320 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --No one believes in ingenuity anymore. No one trusts it, no one thinks it's worth anything, no one sees any face value on it. I think it's because it doesn't have the capability to hurt and destroy. Everything worth something these days is measured by how big it is and/or how much destructive power it has.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 318, read by SUZANNE DANZIGER

    Nov 20, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 318 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The reality of my own body is one of the most terrible realities. Being constantly aware of my nerves, my back, my stomach, my hair puts my own unconscious spirit in the back row. My body is not an illusion, or a vessel. It is a reality.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 317, read by SARVENAZ DANESH

    Nov 19, 2013 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 317 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I had a friend a few years ago that used to emotionally mistreat me. I was always available, always flexible, always tending any needs. I finally walked out and parted ways. It's not that I believe codependency is always terrible, or that interdependency is the way to go. I learned to be comfortable somewhere in between.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 316, read by NICO GARCIA

    Nov 18, 2013 | 1 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 316 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --A few times in my life I've had the feeling of getting to a turning point, a specific moment when I knew my expectations would not be deceiving and so they didn't have to be lowered. It's happened perhaps only twice, maybe 3 times? I think that's plenty.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 315, read by BOUVIER BEALE

    Nov 17, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 315 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --It seems like today no one gives out patronage to other people without seeking recognition. The Good Samaritan doesn't want to remain silent and anonymous anymore, but rather expects being in the spotlight, anticipating the applause, presuming the attention.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello. Special thanks to the Bouvier Beale family www.greygardenscollections.com.
  • Page 314, read by BRUCE HARRIS

    Nov 16, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 314 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Sometimes I think that the constant fight to amass things that weigh on us and subjugate us comes from the inability to live the present. What is that I insist on achieving? What happens if I don't get there?-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 313, read by DAVID ROSENBLOOM

    Nov 15, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 313 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --So many times I've resisted change to break a bad habit by projecting a negative outcome from it, even though I didn’t have any knowledge or experience to validate that projection. Why do we feel so comfortable with our own old ways? Why is it so hard to trust new ones?-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 312, read by PAM MBANGA

    Nov 14, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 312 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --It's amazing how we can be so unconsciously insensitive sometimes, and say the most hurtful things while being completely unaware of our own stupidity. I think part of that is caused when you have the same kind of friends, that talk the same, think the same, and look the same. Care for someone different than you and you will be a better person. --Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 311, read by CATHERINE MEYER

    Nov 13, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 311 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Those uncertain and unpunctual moments that strike me unexpectedly, when I feel I don't know whether I am desperate or not, when everything has a bitter taste. On those moments I feel my hands cold, and my dreams lost in the clouds. It takes a bit of time for me to let them go and recover.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 310, read by TERRI HANSEN

    Nov 12, 2013 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 310 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I struggle sometimes with the idea of having principles and morals when there are so many crazy people in the world. Isn't our lucidity responsible for their craziness?-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 309, read by JAN McCARTHY

    Nov 11, 2013 | 2 min
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    Nov 11, 2013 | 2 min
  • Page 308, read by MARINA HASSANALI

    Nov 10, 2013 | 1 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 308 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Feeling pessimistic has such a negative stigma these days. I remember when feeling sad about life and yourself was an organic way to handle insurmountable contradictions. I regret that now it means something is wrong with you.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.
  • Page 307, read by CARL HANSEN

    Nov 09, 2013 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 307 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I see those moments of intense melancholy in a different way now. More like a state of vague dreaminess that nests in indoor spaces.-- Visit www.HavishamHour.com to order fine prints, listen to previous podcasts, and to learn more about this project. ©2013 Julio Panisello.

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