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but routines are boring…
i have grown to love the beauty in chaos, this is not the heavens anyway; in a scene of destruction, radiates true love ♡ 

but routines are boring…

i have grown to love the beauty in chaos, this is not the heavens anyway; in a scene of destruction, radiates true love ♡ 

"If you can’t fight and you can’t flee, flow."
— Robert Elias (via observando)
"

we are always asked
to understand the other person’s
viewpoint
no matter how
out-dated
foolish or
obnoxious.

one is asked
to view
their total error
their life-waste
with
kindliness,
especially if they are
aged.

but age is the total of
our doing.
they have aged
badly
because they have
lived
out of focus,
they have refused to
see.

not their fault?

whose fault?
mine?

I am asked to hide
my viewpoint
from them
for fear of their
fear.

age is no crime

but the shame
of a deliberately
wasted
life

among so many
deliberately
wasted
lives

is.

"
— Charles Bukowski, Be Kind (via whyallcaps)

blackfashion:

pallet-town-julie-brown:

kudos to mtv for spreading this message tho

Turn the fuck up MTV

(Source: lookdifferentmtv)

"Freedom from all aim, from all limits, belongs to the nature of the will, which is an endless striving. […] Every attained end is also the beginning of a new course, and so on ad infinitum. […] Eternal becoming, endless flux, characterises the revelation of the inner nature of will. […] [Our endeavors and desires] always delude us by presenting their satisfaction as the final end of will. As soon as we attain to them, they no longer appear the same, and therefore they soon grow stale, are forgotten, and though not openly disowned, are yet always thrown aside as vanished illusions. We are fortunate enough if there still remains something to wish for and to strive after, that the game may be kept up of constant transition from desire to satisfaction, and from satisfaction to a new desire, the rapid course of which is called happiness, and the slow course sorrow, and does not sink into that stagnation that shows itself in fearful ennui that paralyses life, vain yearning without a definite object, deadening languor. According to all this, when the will is enlightened by knowledge, it always knows what it wills now and here, never what it wills in general; every particular act of will has its end, the whole will has none."
— Arthur Schopenhauer, The World as Will and Idea (via whyallcaps)
and-then-i-jumped:

darling-im-sad:

carterreynoldsismine:

loki-is-my-god-now:

and-mine-would-be-you:

t0morrowcomest0day:


I don’t care who the fuck you are, or what you’re doing. You can take 3 seconds to reblog this.

I miss you..

That last comment broke my heart..

my brother

almost me

my cousin

..

and-then-i-jumped:

darling-im-sad:

carterreynoldsismine:

loki-is-my-god-now:

and-mine-would-be-you:

t0morrowcomest0day:

I don’t care who the fuck you are, or what you’re doing. You can take 3 seconds to reblog this.

I miss you..

That last comment broke my heart..

my brother

almost me

my cousin

..

(Source: hotbandimaginesandsmut)

"There are two things we should always be 1. raw and 2. ready. When you are raw, you are always ready and when you are ready you usually realize that you are raw. Waiting for perfection is not an answer, one cannot say “I will be ready when I am perfect” because then you will never be ready, rather one must say “I am raw and I am ready just like this right now, how and who I am."

C. JoyBell C. (via observando)

u gotta stay ready

"Don’t bring up the past of a person who is trying to improve their future"
— (via kangalex)

(Source: rosexella)

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(Source: yeezusquote)