That Person That You Won't Forget

“Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them.”
— A.A. Milne (via artistandhuman)

(via crimson-twinkie)

“I don’t know why people teach kids about ‘pimples’ and ‘hormones’ and ‘armpit hair’, and refrain from telling them that if they don’t achieve their billion-dollar dreams at the age of twenty-one, there will still be much more to life. And that when you fail at your first job, it isn’t going to be the end of the world. And eventually you will realize that each person’s world is different and your only job is to figure out what your best world can be.”

Hannah Hart, My Drunk Kitchen

the realest life advice you will ever get 

(via helbigandswift)

(via luisewebsiteba)

brandomquashie:

alanvdd:

Human feelings as a drug

I would abuse these on a different level

(Source: betype.co, via goldenlionheart)

“We are not a set of private meanings that we can choose or not choose to make public to others. We are the sum of our visible gestures. We are as available to others as to ourselves. Our gestures are themselves formed by the public world, by its conventions, its language, the repertory of its emotions, from which we learn our own. It is no accident that the work of Morris and Serra was being made at the time when novelists in France were declaring, “I do not write. I am written.”
— Rosalind Krauss, Passages in Modern Sculpture  (via 1109-83)

(Source: naturalcynic, via marnla)

“To become imperceptible oneself, to have dismantled love in order to become capable of loving. To have dismantled one’s self in order finally to be alone and meet the true double at the other end of the line. A clandestine passenger on a motionless voyage. To become like everybody else; but this, precisely, is a becoming only for one who knows how to be nobody, to no longer be anybody. To paint oneself gray on gray.”
— Gilles Deleuze, A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia   (via 1109-83)

(Source: heteroglossia, via marnla)

I believe that
your soul

and
my soul

are
very

old friends.

Mandeq Ahmed, “Mates”  (via lovequotesrus)

(via spirit-realm)

lagos2bahia:

So many men have internalized the lie that they have uncontrollable sex drives, and no way to control their anger. They aren’t ashamed of their abusive behavior because they see it as a something natural to them and maybe even central to their masculinity. It’s scary as hell.

(via goldenlionheart)