The truth is, I’ve never fallen so hard.

Tatiana Maslany on Conan 4/15/14 [x]

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"She may love you. She probably does. She probably thinks about you all the time. But that isn’t what matters. What matters is what she’s doing about it, and what she’s doing about it is nothing. And if she’s doing nothing, you most certainly shouldn’t do anything. You need someone who goes out of their way to make it obvious that they want you in their life."

I really want you to see this, and just understand.  (via onefitmodel)

This is exactly it. Exactly.

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— 2 days ago with 281585 notes
"Having seen how lucidly and logically certain madmen
justify their lunatic ideas to themselves and to others,
I can never again be sure of the lucidness of my lucidity"
      Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet (via fuckyeahexistentialism)
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midnightrainbow:

desserted-wasteland:

thetindog:

theladthatlived:

georgesus:

"He’s a little fighter. He kind of, he wriggles around quite a lot.” - Prince William

its like when you take dogs out of water and they carry on swimming

MOTHER, UNHAND ME, I HAVE A COUNTRY TO GOVERN

and she just keeps walkin like a BOSS

he is freaking adorable

— 3 days ago with 258172 notes

goddammitstacey:

1/∞ Queer Reads - Fingersmith by Sarah Waters

That’s it. That’s the rec.

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— 4 days ago with 1893 notes
"The existential vacuum manifests itself mainly in a state of boredom. Now we can understand Schopenhauer when he said that mankind was apparently doomed to vacillate eternally between the two extremes of distress and boredom. In actual fact, boredom is now causing, and certainly bringing to psychiatrists, more problems to solve than distress."
Viktor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning (via celloface)
— 5 days ago with 2 notes
"A wise person knows when and how to make the exception to every rule… A wise person knows how to improvise… Real-world problems are often ambiguous and ill-defined and the context is always changing. A wise person is like a jazz musician — using the notes on the page, but dancing around them, inventing combinations that are appropriate for the situation and the people at hand. A wise person knows how to use these moral skills in the service of the right aims. To serve other people, not to manipulate other people. And finally, perhaps most important, a wise person is made, not born. Wisdom depends on experience, and not just any experience. You need the time to get to know the people that you’re serving. You need permission to be allowed to improvise, try new things, occasionally to fail and to learn from your failures. And you need to be mentored by wise teachers."

Legendary psychologist Barry Schwartz, author of the enormously stimulating Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do the Right Thing, on our loss of wisdom

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