If you make a mistake and do not correct it, this is called a mistake.– Confucius (via littlemiss)
Without music, life would be a mistake.– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (via littlemiss)
Everybody’s born with some different thing at the core of their existence. And...– Haruki Murakami (via littlemiss) i read this book; he’s one of my favorite authors. i just don’t remember which book it is. maybe east of the border, west of the sun; or norweigian wood, or hard boiled wonderland… ugh, it’s driving me nuts!
Memories are what warm you up from the inside. But they’re also what tear you...– Haruki Murakami (via littlemiss)
looking for signs
you can flip coins, read cards, put your ipod on shuffle, you’ll still never really know what’s going to happen and what he’s thinking. ugh.
You have to be always drunk. That’s all there is to it—it’s the only way. So as...– Charles Baudelaire (via andthenyouexplode, clothedinsky, syntheticpubes) (via beautifulanddepraved) oh, and i am. what a night.
Women are getting more beautiful →
azspot: FOR the female half of the population, it may bring a satisfied smile. Scientists have found that evolution is driving women to become ever more beautiful, while men remain as aesthetically unappealing as their caveman ancestors.
Ode to New York via Ms. Morrison - Part 3
Hospitalitiy is gold in this City; you have to be clever to figure out how to be welcoming and defensive at the same time. When to love something and when to quit. If you don’t know how, you can end up out of control or controlled by some outside thing… Jazz by Toni Morrison the language in the book is amazing.
Ode to New York via Ms. Morrison - Part 2
Nobody says it’s pretty here; nobody says it’s easy either. What is it is decisive, and if you pay attention to the street plans, all laid out, the City can’t hurt you. I haven’t got any muscles, so I can’t really be expected to defend myself. But I do know how to take precaution. Mostly it’s making sure no one knows all there is to know about me. Second I...
Ode to New York via Ms. Morrison - Part 1
I’m crazy about this City. Daylight slants like a razor cutting the buildings in half. In the top half i see looking faces and it’s not east to tell which are people, which the work of stonemasons. Below is shadow where any blasé thing takes place: clarinets and lovemaking, fists and the voices of sorrowful women. A city like this one makes me dream tall and feel in on things. ...
You girls are kinda young to be smokin’, dontcha think? Ruins your sex drive.– Louise Sawyer (via Mala) (via homeofthevain)
North Dakota Restricting the Right To Abortion One... →
thesmarttart: “The Red River Women’s Clinic is filing an injunction to block the North Dakota state law that essentially makes women look at an ultrasound of the baby 24 hours before the abortion…” via Feministing
Life is the sum of all your choices.– Albert Camus (via littlemiss)
Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates...– Lao Tzu (via littlemiss)
In the past, the benefits of modern medical science have not been enjoyed by our...– Harry S. Truman (via azspot)
the87stickupkids: N.A.S.A - Whachadoin? (Feat. Spank Rock, M.I.A., Santogold & Nick Zinner)
The 100 most-read Bible verses →
fascinating azspot: What are the most popular Bible verses on BibleGateway.com? We thought it would be interesting to find out, so we crunched some numbers from a (relatively) small sample of 25 million Bible passage searches from March and April.
debauchette: Benoit Pioulard - Golden Grin
My point is, it’s hard to get at the whole story on the numbers here. Not only...– Susan - Portland, OR | BarackObama.com (via robot-heart-politics)
forgivenbutnotforgotten: astoryforsupper: veracakes: Sexual tension is the occurrence between two people (which is often found in works of fiction) in which two or more of the individuals sexually long for one another, but the consummation is postponed or never occurs. This longing is often suggested by incidents of intimacy; for instance, when two people or characters are alone, are...
What sort of day was it? A day like all days, filled with those events that...– Walter Cronkite