Sunday, August 3, 2014

wakingwoods:

thesoutherly:

Brian & Genevieve - Santa Rosa, CA | Nirav Patel Photography

(totally not saved to my computer for le wedding inspiration)

saydolly:

Aziz Ansari is like the king of callouts.

(Source: renloras)

“Rupert is a unique soul. He’s a very funny guy. But without realising it, actually! I swear most of his comedy comes by accident. But he’s very good at it! And he’s incredibly infectious. People laugh around me all day and I don’t get suckered into it. But when he laughs … that’s it! It’s game over for me. I feel something inside of me turn and I’m like, ‘Oh, no!’”

(Source: breakingbatch)

ourtimeorg:

Well said

ourtimeorg:

Well said

lady-tromboss:

this hit me like a load of bricks.

(Source: youtubenutcase)

I don’t know how to fix the world but I do know refusing to follow your purpose, refusing to even find what it is you dig, doesn’t make anything better at all.

Dig Yourself

Haters are just people who need better quality carbohydrates. Remember that.

(via howitzerliterarysociety)

This and more of this. Jeeze.

(via macedonianmess)
theblacksymphony:

If this is your husband, I have just endured a 2 hour train ride from Philadelphia listening to this loser and his friends brag about their multiple affairs and how their wives are too stupid to catch on. Oh, please reblog the shit out of this…

theblacksymphony:

If this is your husband, I have just endured a 2 hour train ride from Philadelphia listening to this loser and his friends brag about their multiple affairs and how their wives are too stupid to catch on. Oh, please reblog the shit out of this…

As a writer, if someone falls in love with my work, I know they have fallen in love with my mind. Having no idea what my face looks like, they chose my mind. Art may be the only space a woman can be whole without being seen. Nayyirah Waheed  (via theflowershop)

(Source: nayyirahwaheed)

A revolution without dancing is a revolution not worth having. V For Vendetta (via certainkindofgrace)

"If I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution.”
― Emma Goldman (via elige)
vintageanchorbooks:

Poet and short story writer Raymond Carver died in Port Angeles, Washington on this day in 1988 (aged 50). He is buried at Ocean View Cemetery in Port Angeles. The inscription on his tombstone reads:LATE FRAGMENTAnd did you get whatyou wanted from this life, even so?I did.And what did you want?To call myself beloved, to feel myselfbeloved on the earth.GRAVYNo other word will do. For that’s what it was.Gravy.Gravy, these past ten years.Alive, sober, working, loving, andbeing loved by a good woman. Eleven yearsago he was told he had six months to liveat the rate he was going. And he was goingnowhere but down. So he changed his wayssomehow. He quit drinking! And the rest?After that it was all gravy, every minuteof it, up to and including when he was told about,well, some things that were breaking down andbuilding up inside his head. “Don’t weep for me,”he said to his friends. “I’m a lucky man.I’ve had ten years longer than I or anyoneexpected. Pure Gravy. And don’t forget it.”Raymond Carver

vintageanchorbooks:

Poet and short story writer Raymond Carver died in Port Angeles, Washington on this day in 1988 (aged 50). He is buried at Ocean View Cemetery in Port Angeles. The inscription on his tombstone reads:

LATE FRAGMENT

And did you get what
you wanted from this life, even so?
I did.
And what did you want?
To call myself beloved, to feel myself
beloved on the earth.

GRAVY

No other word will do. For that’s what it was.
Gravy.
Gravy, these past ten years.
Alive, sober, working, loving, and
being loved by a good woman. Eleven years
ago he was told he had six months to live
at the rate he was going. And he was going
nowhere but down. So he changed his ways
somehow. He quit drinking! And the rest?
After that it was all gravy, every minute
of it, up to and including when he was told about,
well, some things that were breaking down and
building up inside his head. “Don’t weep for me,”
he said to his friends. “I’m a lucky man.
I’ve had ten years longer than I or anyone
expected. Pure Gravy. And don’t forget it.”

Raymond Carver

Friday, August 1, 2014
micdotcom:

It’s changing them — for the better 

Harry Potter’s greatest feat might not have been defeating Voldemort, but teaching young people around the world. At least that’s the finding of a new paper in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
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micdotcom:

It’s changing them — for the better 

Harry Potter’s greatest feat might not have been defeating Voldemort, but teaching young people around the world. At least that’s the finding of a new paper in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

What they become more open to | Follow micdotcom