So fail. Be bad at things. Be embarrassed. Be afraid. Be vulnerable. Go out on a...– Failure has never been so pleasant until these words.
Love is a form of prejudice. You love what you need, you love what makes you...– Charles Bukowski
The Most Beautiful Woman In Town →
If you’re going to try, go all the way. Otherwise, don’t even start. This could...– Charles Bukowski
home: Where did God hide us? →
tobenaked: I tried to tell everyone we were secrets, and that we had to be kept in small slots made only for pennies and fingernail clippings and the slivers of the moon that show up on some nights when I am driving home from no where in particular, whatever home means today. I tried to tell everyone that we could collapse or parts into smaller sections and disappear into the gaps in the wood...
I read the other day some verses written by an eminent painter which were...– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Je pense donc je suis
First we should ask ourselves, what is fact? Fact is concrete knowledge obtained through research that has gotten so far as to draw a final conclusion. This conclusion is based upon supporting evidence which were either pre-existing or recently, in the research itself, discovered. However, on what do we base these findings? Are they based on what is perceived, how the data is found or on the...
Have you ever lost yourself in a kiss? I mean pure psychedelic inebriation. Not...– Saul Williams (Said The Shotgun To The Head)
Walking, I can almost hear the redwoods beating. And the oceans are above me...– Linda Hogan, from Dwellings
Little Joy - Evaporar
violent femme: there are no legible signs →
likelava: everything out of context starts to get so strange. drinking the kind of coffee that i used to hate, finding the little pile of change you pulled from out my pockets before you did the laundry, noticing the smell of smoke on my fingers and it smells safe, it smells like a sort of home i’ve always known. october came quick and it feels so familiar and so different. sometimes these...
Psychology Today: What do you think is the most troubling general misconception about introverts?
Dr. Laurie Helgoe: Wow — it’s hard to choose. I am very troubled by the tendency to define introverts by what they lack. Introversion is a preference, not a fallback plan. Introverts like being introverts. We are drawn to ideas, we are passionate observers, and for us, solitude is rich and generative. Think of all that goes on in the playground of solitude: daydreaming, reading, composing, meditating — and just being, writing, calculating, fantasizing, thinking, praying, theorizing, imagining, drawing/painting/sculpting, inventing, researching, reflecting. You get the idea.
This is what goosebumps are made of. →
“Ït will always serve you well”
“There’s something simply charming and disarming about swings …. There’s a feeling of instant affection for any individual who would stop everything and just take advantage of the moment, allowing herself to get swept away.”
In bed that night I invented a special drain that would be underneath every...– Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
My diving bell becomes less oppressive, and my mind takes flight like a...– Jean-Dominique Bauby
I had no illusions about love anymore. It came, it went, it left casualties or...– Sarah Dessen (via telhia, she-alone)