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vintagegal:

The magnificent Illustrations of Warwick Goble (via)

wolfenartistofhetastuck:

captainthief:

biinarykid:

93gal:

Legitness!!

i enjoy how they didnt over sexualize their prince costumes. like esp with jasmine. she couldve totally been in aladdin’s vest, but nope. fully clothed. thanks. 

laughing because Mulan looks the same

things i loved more then i expected, this

(Source: tastefullyoffensive, via enjoy-the-peep-show)

Stan Getz,Astrud Gilberto,João Gilberto – The Girl from Ipanema

Stan Getz, Astrud Gilberto & João Gilberto - ”The Girl from Ipanema” (1964)

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in what fucking situation do you ever need this picture for

image

shes

nunderwater

i will piss on your sofa

(via enjoy-the-peep-show)

mspoffin:

let’s start 2014 by instead of calling ourselves trash and hating ourselves, calling ourselves titles of royalty and sweet things like soft little precious fawn child and loving ourselves

(Source: 4sy, via enjoy-the-peep-show)


"Wisdom means to choose now what will make sense later. I am learning everyday to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be, to inspire me and not terrify me."
- Tracee Ellis Ross.

"Wisdom means to choose now what will make sense later. I am learning everyday to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be, to inspire me and not terrify me."

- Tracee Ellis Ross.

(Source: curvesincolor, via cool-ass-shit)

Writers end up writing about their obsessions. Things that haunt them; things they can’t forget; stories they carry in their bodies waiting to be released
– Natalie Goldberg  (via cool-ass-shit)

(Source: writingsforwinter, via cool-ass-shit)

Lights – Hold On, We're Going Home

A piece I wrote today: Regarding Essence

Do we, humans, have no true essence?

Just as the example was given of the clock, composed of different parts in order for it to operate, has no true “clock” essence?

Surely a clock would not be a clock without its existing parts, so surely humans work in the same manner.

How frightening is this idea, that we have no true nature that makes us, us.

However frightening, it has proven my idea to be true.

Since we, humans, have no true essence, then we are fluid.

Like the water that runs down the drain after a night’s storm, we are led in the direction by the external world, by the forces that constitute our being.

We are humanly fluid, able to attain and extract, adapt and combine the elements in which we exist. 

vintagegal:

The magnificent Illustrations of Warwick Goble (via)

wolfenartistofhetastuck:

captainthief:

biinarykid:

93gal:

Legitness!!

i enjoy how they didnt over sexualize their prince costumes. like esp with jasmine. she couldve totally been in aladdin’s vest, but nope. fully clothed. thanks. 

laughing because Mulan looks the same

things i loved more then i expected, this

(Source: tastefullyoffensive, via enjoy-the-peep-show)

Crack was indeed whack.

lolmythesis:

History, Columbia university

in what fucking situation do you ever need this picture for

image

shes

nunderwater

i will piss on your sofa

(via enjoy-the-peep-show)

mspoffin:

let’s start 2014 by instead of calling ourselves trash and hating ourselves, calling ourselves titles of royalty and sweet things like soft little precious fawn child and loving ourselves

(Source: 4sy, via enjoy-the-peep-show)


"Wisdom means to choose now what will make sense later. I am learning everyday to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be, to inspire me and not terrify me."
- Tracee Ellis Ross.

"Wisdom means to choose now what will make sense later. I am learning everyday to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be, to inspire me and not terrify me."

- Tracee Ellis Ross.

(Source: curvesincolor, via cool-ass-shit)

Writers end up writing about their obsessions. Things that haunt them; things they can’t forget; stories they carry in their bodies waiting to be released
– Natalie Goldberg  (via cool-ass-shit)

(Source: writingsforwinter, via cool-ass-shit)

(Source: certan, via cool-ass-shit)

A piece I wrote today: Regarding Essence

Do we, humans, have no true essence?

Just as the example was given of the clock, composed of different parts in order for it to operate, has no true “clock” essence?

Surely a clock would not be a clock without its existing parts, so surely humans work in the same manner.

How frightening is this idea, that we have no true nature that makes us, us.

However frightening, it has proven my idea to be true.

Since we, humans, have no true essence, then we are fluid.

Like the water that runs down the drain after a night’s storm, we are led in the direction by the external world, by the forces that constitute our being.

We are humanly fluid, able to attain and extract, adapt and combine the elements in which we exist. 

Stan Getz,Astrud Gilberto,João Gilberto – The Girl from Ipanema

Stan Getz, Astrud Gilberto & João Gilberto - ”The Girl from Ipanema” (1964)

(Source: kirgiakos, via artismyhustle)

Crack was indeed whack.
"Writers end up writing about their obsessions. Things that haunt them; things they can’t forget; stories they carry in their bodies waiting to be released"
Lights – Hold On, We're Going Home

(Source: littlelightsy, via cool-ass-shit)

A piece I wrote today: Regarding Essence

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