“It’s quite an undertaking to start loving somebody. You have to have energy ,generosity, blindness. There is even a moment right at the start where you have to jump across an abyss: if you think about it you don’t do it.”
— Jean-Paul Sartre (via luniversale)
12:18 am • 6 June 2013 • 52 notes
“Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness.”
— Kurt Vonnegut (via awakenedvibrations)
11:58 pm • 5 June 2013 • 229 notes
Members of the Red Warriors, an antifascist gang in France, 1985. Red Warriors used violent force to remove Neo Nazi gangs from France and provide safe spaces for immigrants during the rise of white nationalism and an outbreak of violent crime against people of colour. They formed a squat called “L.U.S.I.N.E” and were considered the most effective gang to counter nazi violence, working to instill fear in their opposition.
this sounds like it’s actually an amazing idea. gangs that are actually productive. imagine that.
9:45 pm • 4 June 2013 • 17,883 notes
I found out recently that my ex got accepted into a really good school that I also wanted to go to. She’s doing great and she’s really happy and she’s with one of the guys she cheated on me with or something.
It’s not supposed to be a competition but it feels like she is winning. Why is it that so many of the people in my life have screwed me over and moved on to have better lives than before. As if I’m some necessary stepping stone. All the while I just become more fucked up.
2:46 am • 4 June 2013 • 3 notes
HOW DO YOU GET THIS FLEXIBLE
you practice. a lot. slowly, one step at a time.
11:24 am • 3 June 2013 • 451 notes
“How will your tattoos look when you’re old?!”
Pretty fucking bad ass apparently.
This is my favorite post ever
(Source: thievinggenius, via jerikson)
11:00 am • 3 June 2013 • 294,739 notes
The government (AKP) wanted to build a shopping mall but Istanbul already has got 93 shopping malls so we’re sick of it. And they wanted to build it in taksim gezi parki. That park is really important to us it’s like Central Park in NY. They wanted to destroy our park and build a new AVM. Then out people go there to defend our park and block the government. But the police started to throw agent orange, pepper spray and hard water (firemans trucks) Lots of people died and they’re still standing there and waiting 5pm because if our war continues for 48 hours our government is going to fall. We’re walking on Atatürk’s road and we don’t want Erdogan to controle us because that’s what he’s doing. So let thw world know what the fuck is he doing to his own people and he is doing just because the defenders dont like him and dont obey him. As you can see if people dont obey him he use illegal things to torture us and he blocked the media too so when other countries are making news about us suffering in our turkish channels there’s nothing just regular things like soccer or magazine news. They blocked the phones and internet in defending places so people are stuck there without electricity and no food there are no gas masks so lots of people are poisoning and police attacks people with armed combat car and they shout like run over people so ERDOGAN= HITLER HELP US (Reblog)
shocking stuff to say the least.
From a citizen themselves. This is too important to not keep track of.
10:44 am • 3 June 2013 • 31,052 notes
There is nothing worse than not being able to listen to a really fabulous song that you love dearly because it brings back too many sad memories
7:52 am • 31 May 2013 • 435 notes
It’s so hard trying to convince people to be your friend. You feel like you’re not worth it. Maybe because I have no money, no car, and no place that it’s difficult to offer anything. I’m fine with my current friends, but it’s exciting to meet new people. I’ve been ditched all this week and last week. They weren’t all close friends, and most of them had good reasons, but it still makes me feel really lonely. This probably is just not a good time in my life. Everything is so stressful and I’m dealing with a lot, and I miss a lot of people and things that used to be in my life.
11:22 pm • 30 May 2013 • 2 notes
(FUN FACT I TOTALLY FORGOT TO QUEUE SNORLAX)
Snorlax always reminds me of my dad because he used to snore really loud and he slept in only shorts so his stomach stuck out and he looked just like snorlax when he slept. He was also always really relaxed and is remembered as one of the most mellow and level headed among family and friends.
I’m constantly reminded of him and think about him all the time but with father’s day coming up I miss him even more.
12:57 pm • 30 May 2013 • 35 notes
i hacked it up over time
there was something raw in the beginning. something i couldn’t put into words. with time i hacked it up trying to describe it. what was it that made it feel so pure, so real? it feels like i’m just chasing the remnants of a dream now. It was something arcane, something delicate, something that only exists in the beginning. i felt such pain, but i had no fear. I have nothing to gain except something to feel.
maybe i need to go back there, back to the beginning, back to when there was nothingness and only possibility.
11:27 pm • 29 May 2013 • 2 notes
“We are the generation of nostalgia. We grew up in the age of transition. From hand-written letters to electronic mails. From film to digital. We were fascinated by new things, neglecting the way we spend our afternoons. Cupcakes and tea. Play-Doh and Polly Pockets. Young and naive. Technology completely changed the way we waited and we grew up too fast. The simple things in life seems more meaningful now. We grew up in the age of transition and have become the generation of nostalgia.”
This is the best/truest thing I’ve read in so long (via thesleepingfawn)
But this explains the 90s kids
(Source: kistymea, via thequeergoblinking)
9:24 am • 29 May 2013 • 189,277 notes