We lose weeks like buttons, like pencils.

explore-blog:

For his 100 Day Project, part of the School of Visual Arts Masters in Branding program, Tyler Adam Smith is designing 100 books that should be written

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The Beauty in Humanity

akelacooper:

This is beyond incredible. Wading through posts about sexism, racism, homophobia, and all other manner of human assholery, it’s stuff like this that reminds me of how much wonderful there still is in the human race.

Burst into tears!

stillsixteen:

Guess what, guys, Johnny doesn’t want you to wait up.


“Hey, let’s all promise that 10 years from today, we’ll meet again, and we’ll see what kind of people we’ve blossomed into.”

“Hey, let’s all promise that 10 years from today, we’ll meet again, and we’ll see what kind of people we’ve blossomed into.”

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“Have you ever wanted something very badly and then gotten it. Then you know that winning is many things, but it is never the thing you thought it would be.”

—    Miranda July from ”Birthmark” in Paris Review (Spring 2003)

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“Reading a Sarah Ruhl play is a little akin to falling in love. You see the world with fresh perceptions: the man or woman sitting across from you on the bus seems mysterious and magnetic. Weeping feels delicious and laughing feels sexier than hell. And just for the few brief hours, you imagine you can sing and dance. And then you come to the end of the play— all good things do come to an end— and you sigh, and wait for your next fling with another of her plays.”

—   Paula Vogel (via includingthecow)

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pinupmotel:

laura dern 4ever

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