The Havisham Hour

The Havisham Hour

Episodes

  • Page 513, read by JULIO PANISELLO

    Jun 3, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 513 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The end of the end is the end.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. This is the last page.
  • Page 512, read by SMARANDA LUNA

    Jun 2, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 512 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Parting has no remedy. You remain silent until you speak, and then the space in your lungs is left empty. We win a victory over nothingness. Nobody cares. If we die in proportion of the words we toss around, then our resting ground is really meaningless. Just turn the lights off before you leave.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 1 day.
  • Page 511, read by VANESSA PLACE

    Jun 1, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 511 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Everything is nothing. No one sees majesty and charm in you and me once the freshness of our bodily youth wilts. People only see indescribable sadness. We become invisible and useless. All this ruin...-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 2 days.
  • Page 510, read by FARRAH KARAPETIAN

    May 31, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 510 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Too much self-contemplation will make you not forget anything in your life. Never mind fretting about the mirrors. You have to be truly perverse to understand goodness, and looking endlessly into your own centrifugal self will get you there, quickly. However, I doubt you'll ever be eloquent enough to understand the opposite point. We get stuck on perverse.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 3 days.
  • Page 509, read by NORA MENKEN

    May 30, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 508 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We're not advanced, we're just better at decorating using myths and symbols. Doubts are not more explicable now, facts aren't less disconcerting. We've always known everything, our ancestors have always known everything, yet we make the same mistakes they made. We march to our tombstones with our bodily eyes looking nowhere, a little more gray, a little more complacent.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 4 days.
  • Page 508, read by NICHOLAS FENNESSY

    May 29, 2014 | 1 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 508 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Am I an inept artist? No, just dishonest and predictable. There is no secret formula to be an artist, you just have to do a good job at it and share it in the end, that's all. There are no shortcuts. Charlatanism + ecstasy=lazy art, right?-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 5 days.
  • Page 507, read by CHRIS PARIS

    May 28, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 507 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We live frugally and then we say goodbye, that's the goal. In reality we always aspire to quit everything, and we repetitively ask for forgiveness. Life says goodbye to us instead. And then we turn to dust. The end -- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 6 days.
  • Chris Paris

    May 28, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 506, read by MAT GLEASON

    May 27, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 506 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Waiting with a quivering lip for answers, I melted after a string of non-words. Life is impossible at low temperature, that's why I reached the conclusion that Silence cannot accept normal temperatures and therefore it is doomed to fall.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 7 days.
  • Mat Gleason

    May 27, 2014 | 3 min
  • Farrah Karapetian

    May 26, 2014 | 2 min
  • Page 505, read by SEAN RILEY

    May 26, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 505 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --How smart are you and I? Under duress, we become too obsessed with survival issues, neglecting creativity and love. If we stop analyzing, pondering, figuring out, measuring and weighting every issue we will become smarter. I know, you don't believe me, do you?-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 8 days.
  • Page 504, read by AARON KUNIN

    May 25, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 504 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --"It" is that place where things are divided between Blue and Green. When you return to "it", your heart softens. You can eat pizza there all day long. By the way, any pizza is a personal pizza if you try hard and believe in yourself. But your heart is hard, you never try anything, and you don't believe in yourself: you will never return.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 9 days.
  • Page 503, read by BAILEY PARKS

    May 24, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 503 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Can you have a long-distance relationship with someone you've never met? Because that's exactly what you're having and you do not know it. The finger of Providence is actually quite ignorant. It's always better to hide behind a curtain.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 10 days.
  • Aaron Kunin

    May 24, 2014 | 4 min
  • Page 502, read by MELISSA RECALDE

    May 23, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 502 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Let me break down this low murmur for you, so you can explain if you're either a "helper" or a "doer". You see, you think your mental glitch is your bread-and-butter, but you cannot be any more mistaken. You have a high functioning, emotionless intellect, but your madness is as plump as a peach. Go retrace your own steps.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 11 days.
  • Page 501, read by TED MIRACCO

    May 22, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 501 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --There are two kinds of people in this life: people to pee in the shower and people who eat in public while lying to others. Don't 'please' or 'thank you' them. Both have their souls in skin and bones. What else could be expected? When your friends act like little monsters, pretend they're strangers and have no business here.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 12 days.
  • page 499, read by VALERIE NOELL

    May 20, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 499 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --My muse went away to a distant place. I will be a little worthier of you now and a little less worried about my own unity. I will finally unlearn all my hobbies. I know the answer already: stop making the world better.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 14 days.
  • Page 498, read by JEREMY MIKUSH

    May 19, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 498 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --It's always been hard to be bohemian. Is it harder now? Does art matter anymore? Does reading matter anymore? We want to be digitally liked. We stray away from reality and don't feel sorry about it. Who can survive this? I'm going to take a shower now.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 15 days.
  • Ted Miracco

    May 18, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 497, read by BRETT AMORY

    May 18, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 497 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Quit pretending you're weaker than you are. What are you ashamed of exactly? When you fill better after being ill you will be thankful. It happens all the time. You will then forget what you went through. It happens all the time.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 16 days.
  • Jeremy Mikush

    May 17, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 496, read by TEMPLE WILLIAMS

    May 17, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 496 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --My great expectations have completely dissolved. The cause of it was me, the fault of it was mine. There are many things that I may regret in this world where no one regrets anything. But I think I'll go for a walk instead.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 17 days.
  • Page 495, read by CHRISTOPHER NOXON

    May 16, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch - of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Is he the right man? I'm ashamed to answer him. If he would solve every single problem he would not be any less worried. However, nothing can be really solved anymore. So he's not really suffering from having problems: he is the problem.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 18 days.
  • Page 494, read by LAUREN HARRINGTON

    May 15, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 494 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Me: What do eyes make you think of? You: Time, Anemia, ghosts. Me: You are not special, the world doesn't owe you anything. You: My eyes are still adjusting.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 19 days.
  • Page 493, read by OLIVIA APPLEGATE

    May 14, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 493 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Beauty is everywhere where we cannot be. We're always peering through a hole, wanting that rich summer growth on the other side. We know that side better than ours. Everything is colorless and complicated here, everything is dumb and tenderless. Where did my old, simple promise go?-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 20 days.
  • page 492, read by NAOMI YAMADA

    May 13, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 492 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Attention please! Distraction has broken into your dwelling and and has taken everything: your pretty emotions, your inherited opinions, your creativity savings, the sheets, your scattered appreciation for beauty. Note: You will not be able to leave anything to anyone in your will. PS: You better not die anytime soon until you recover something back.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 21 days.
  • Page 491, read by SUSAN LANGFORD

    May 12, 2014 | 1 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 491 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --A few years ago we could die without exceeding the minimum of vulgarity that seems indecorously unavoidable right before passing. But today that tiny level of vulgarity before passing is not kept to a minimum anymore, it has become its own single reality. We die in the most vulgar, insipid, and trivial way. I refuse going out that way.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 22 days.
  • Page 490, read by LuLu LoLo

    May 11, 2014 | 4 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 490 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --How long until you become something different than what you are not? Let me interrupt your search for that someone among strangers who has gone deeper than you. Don't go to them, don't kiss their hand, don't talk. They haven't really gone deeper, they are just craving to collapse, and determined to drag you with them.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 23 days.
  • Page 489, read by JACQUELINE SUSKIN

    May 10, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch - of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I sometimes struggle with the words "I am". What's the real point of their existence? When you turn the worst point of your self-pity, you start realizing of your true and ultimate duty in life: analyzing your own demise and determining how quickly you can get there. That's when you start using the words "I am" more frequently.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 24 days.
  • Page 488, read by MATTHEW COUPER

    May 9, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 488 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I don't know what you want from me. I don't recognize you. Who are you anyway? Can you cry without shame? Can you conquer the fear of ridicule? I didn't think so either. Time seems interminable. How far away is chaos? Are we there yet?-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 25 days.
  • Page 487, read by JEN O'DONNELL

    May 8, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 487 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Reality is really illogical, morality cannot be saved. I don't want to leave it to others to determine what is wrong from what is right, I want others to determine what is harmful from what is not. We can put it off but not put it away.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 26 days.
  • Page 486, read by JESSICA NICOLE WEBB

    May 7, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 486 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --There is no reason to worry about time running out. Nothing can be solved in this world anyway, so look affectionately to me, I will take you back and tell you a secret before you return to the present and die.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 27 days.
  • Page 485, read by WILL BRITTAIN

    May 6, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 485 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --I have never deserted you. The fact is that Death, the experience of nothingness, ultimately shows up under a ridiculous spotlight and takes you away. What does it really mean? I doubt my last words will be "I never complain". We always complain, we build our lives over a graveyard of complaints.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 28 days.
  • Will Brittain

    May 5, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 484, read by MICHELLE FLANAGAN

    May 5, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 484 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The world doesn't care what you think or what you do. It's not that people are mean, everyone is busy. Instead of pushing out petitions for attention out in the cold, dusty night, why don't you simply enjoy the freedom you get from within the obscurity?-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The Havisham Hour will end in 29 days.
  • Page 483, read by MICHAEL BARBA

    May 4, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 483 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Our melancholic solitude is profound, it is not sweet or sultry. It is aesthetic. It fills us with contemplative passivity, and that feels good. Light links all our propensities and passions together, and numbs them. The wretched ones among us cannot perceive that kind of beauty.-- www.HavishamHour.com ©2014 Julio Panisello. The last Havisham Hour will be in 30 days.
  • Page 482, read by ALEX SCHAEFER

    May 3, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 482 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Thinking is not action on its own. Thinking about thinking doesn't lead anywhere. Thinking about feeling is not going to be able to bend the past out of its eternal shape. Stop justifying yourself and start creating your own pictures.-- 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.
  • Matthew Couper

    May 2, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 481, read by DAVID P. EARLE

    May 2, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 481 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We're infatuated with Beginnings and Eternity and forget that everything ends. The End is closer than it may appear. Against the anxiety of nothingness we speak very little and we listen to question marks. But the bottom line is that everything ends.-- 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 480, read by CARLSON HATTON

    May 1, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 480 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We were collectors, now we're hoarders. We mince junk indiscriminately and leave it unmasked, scattered. On our graveyard shift we sit by a conveyor belt that has no beginning and no off switch. The only thing we're worried about is that our melted brains don't tip over.-- 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 479, read by MARC ARRANAGA

    Apr 30, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 479 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Is there pleasure in doing things without preparation? I am too heedful to the future to have any amount of estimable unconsciousness. The eternal cycles grind on. Hope turns arid. No one likes to be unprepared.-- 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.
  • Alex Schaefer

    Apr 29, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 478, read by MIKE SAMUELSEN

    Apr 29, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 478 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --The cloak of envy looks corrosive, humiliating, damaging. It seems to confirm our own failure. But underneath it hides a redemptive purpose: the opportunity to know what we want to achieve and how we want to achieve it. Don't let it throw into despair, deny it or let it make you angry. Envy is one of your teachers.-- 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 477, read by ERIC RIPPIN

    Apr 28, 2014 | 2 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 477 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --It becomes the decision of a lifetime when we are about to let go of our worldly possessions. It feels like a tragic sacrifice. We can't stop serving our things with all our heart. We're unable make a distinction between them and their owner, us. Let them go, you're not a poor owner now, you can take long walks now.-- 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 476, read by CAITLIN McCARTHY

    Apr 27, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 476 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We lack an accurate sense of size and space between us and the rest of the world. Things seem too much, too big, too overwhelming. We feel we won't last long in our own distortion, that we cannot do better than go. People teach us how to size and place things properly but we prefer to have our ears shut.-- 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 475, read by RAYMOND BURNS

    Apr 26, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 475 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Are you afraid to think of the future? Would you like to know how to dismiss it? I think you should quit being preoccupied with Astrology. Astrology always points at you in the face and tells you how physically and mentally tiny you are, and that you have no future. Just go outside and play with other humans.-- 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.
  • Marc Arranaga

    Apr 25, 2014 | 3 min
  • Page 474, read by ROBERT APODACA

    Apr 25, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 474 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --You will be so lonely. You think you're going to inherit someone's possessions, you know it for a fact. But people don't need you because they love you, they love you because they need you. Your disfigured reality is not accurate. You should leave soon, you have to leave soon.-- 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 473, read by ALISA YANG

    Apr 24, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 473 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --We shouldn't spend too much time memorializing past instants, like those moments when we resolve that our heart should be forever sickened when we let go of something or someone. That's how you get stuck.-- 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 472, read by DEVON GLOVER

    Apr 23, 2014 | 3 min
    8:40 AM: The Havisham Hour. Day/Page/Sketch 472 of 513 from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. --Self-contempt wrecks everything, turns people into ruins, causes decay. Unfortunately self-content is eternal, the more you try to diminish it the bigger it grows. It always comes back until it dies with you. It precedes your death actually, perhaps by only minutes, when it's too late to go back and live your entire life without fake, self-constructed hierarchies. -- 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. Visit www.sonnetman.com to find out more about Devon Glover as The Sonnet Man.
  • 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 9, 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 8, 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 7, 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 6, 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 5, 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 4, 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 3, 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 2, 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 1, 2014 | 3 min
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  • Page 450, read by SIMON O'CORRA

    Apr 1, 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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Mar 22, 2014 | 3 min
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    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
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  • Page 426, read by ELIZABETTA MORALES

    Mar 8, 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 6, 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 5, 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 3, 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.
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    Feb 9, 2014 | 4 min
  • Page 393, read by DIEDRA HART

    Feb 3, 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 3, 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 1, 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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  • 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.
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    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.

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