In general, people are not drawn to perfection in others. People are drawn to shared interests, shared problems, and an individual’s life energy. Humans connect with humans. Hiding one’s humanity and trying to project an image of perfection makes a person vague, slippery, lifeless, and uninteresting. — Robert Glover (via 69honeybeez1)
(Source: psych-quotes, via 69honeybeez1)
For children, childhood is timeless. It is always the present. Everything is in the present tense. Of course, they have memories. Of course, time shifts a little for them and Christmas comes round in the end. But they don’t feel it. Today is what they feel, and when they say ‘When I grow up,’ there is always an edge of disbelief—how could they ever be other than what they are? — Ian McEwan (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)
Willing to experience aloneness,
I discover connection everywhere;
Turning to face my fear,
I meet the warrior who lives within;
Opening to my loss,
I am given unimaginable gifts;
Surrendering into emptiness,
I find fullness without end.
Each condition I flee from pursues me.
Pre-trip before the walk to grandma’s
#safety first #supercute #babygirl
this is the arrow of destiny. reblog this and see what comes up next. this person/saying/thing will have something to do with your future
omfg i got a couple in bed god bless life
last time I reblogged this i got cereal so I can’t wait to see what I get this time
If u dont like jazz especially tfa jazz i dont like u
I GOT TOM FELTON THIS IS A GOOD DAY
I got the “I’m in a relationship with 15 inflated animals.” gif. My future ain’t looking that bright.
I got feathered dinosaurs….
Mine has the fire nation involved.
I got one direction?
I got Stewie Griffin.
I got someone talking about an art set. I don’t like that. Time to reblog.
Now I got Hannah Hart. I am pleased.
I got Eren Jaeger.
(Source: iwouldliketobutteryourmuffin, via unchartedlaker)
What, in fact, is “equality”? The term has been much invoked but little analyzed. A and B are “equal” if they are identical to each other with respect to a given attribute. Thus, if Smith and Jones are both exactly six feet in height, then they may be said to be “equal” in height. If two sticks are identical in length, then their lengths are “equal,” etc. There is one and only one way, then, in which any two people can really be “equal” in the fullest sense: they must be identical in all of their attributes. This means, of course, that equality of all men – the egalitarian ideal – can only be achieved if all men are precisely uniform, precisely identical with respect to all of their attributes. The egalitarian world would necessarily be a world of horror fiction – a world of faceless and identical creatures, devoid of all individuality, variety, or special creativity. — Murray N. Rothbard, 'Egalitarianism as a Revolt Against Nature' (via heartbloodspirit)
all week for friday,
all year for summer,
all life for happiness. — (via sensitizes)
First intercontinental business trip commencing soon! :) – View on Path.