Don’t go slow, I stole the mute. 

Don’t go slow, I stole the mute. 

(Source: melisica)

(Source: horrorgrafia)

 

 

"The only serious question is whether there is anything to take seriously."

 Mitchell Heisman 

(Source: blackestdespondency)

Chi has my guy.

Chi has my guy.

"You do not immortalize the lost by writing about them. Language buries, but does not resurrect."

John Green 

i object.

(Source: psych-quotes)

(Source: obsessedbythegrid)

"Camus" is the title and subject matter of an entire lesson in my Evidence law book. Currently watching the clouds part, amen hallelujah. 

ecprsn:

Bleed
http://bleed.no

ecprsn:

Bleed

http://bleed.no

"Now, It can be scary and make us all feel small, but the world is so exquisite and filled with so much love and moral depth, that there is no reason to deceive ourselves with empty comforts. Far better is to look death in the eye and to be grateful every day for the brief but magnificent opportunity that life provides.
Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another like him. Marvel at the realization that the nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, and the carbon in our wedding rings were all forged inside the hearts of of collapsing stars. We are all of us made of starstuff.
If that too leaves you alone and afraid, there’s only one thing we’ve found in all of our searching that can make the emptiness bearable, and that is each other.
For small creatures such as we, the vastness is only truly bearable through love."

Carl Sagan 

(Source: tiedtotheoceans)

(Source: eddy-eddy)

"If painting aims to make every organ function as an eye, if it aims to make the very entrails see, and if music makes every organ and pore of the body function as an ear attuned to rhythm and melody, if, as Deleuze suggests, painting ever more deeply materializes the body while music spiritualizes it, this is because, through the various arts, the body is, for a moment at least, directly touched by the forces of chaos from which it so carefully shields itself in habit, cliché, and doxa, those movements of containment that render only predictable and preproduced sensations, not sensations that announce the future."

Elizabeth Grosz, “Chaos, Cosmos, Territory, Architecture in Chaos, Territory, Art.  

Let’s talk about dance.

(Source: groansofcreation)

"1957," by Milo Greene

   You are getting into a field where the tools you are dealing with are words—you’re simply playing a round with words. Note: words can never equate with what we use them to describe. But they are fun, nonetheless, miraculous, even. Slippery things—you’ve got to keep track of them! And the person who is able to define the word to flatter his refute is the master of the word, though there is no sense in an applause—the end rhyme is sweeter than the last bow. 

You are getting into a field where the tools you are dealing with are words—you’re simply playing a round with words. Note: words can never equate with what we use them to describe. But they are fun, nonetheless, miraculous, even. Slippery things—you’ve got to keep track of them! And the person who is able to define the word to flatter his refute is the master of the word, though there is no sense in an applause—the end rhyme is sweeter than the last bow. 

(Source: vogue.fr)

The question is telling; it answers itself. I wish to help people learn to see patterns where there appears to be chaos with principles of an underlying sense of order. This is a cordial invitation to know. 








 

The question is telling; it answers itself. I wish to help people learn to see patterns where there appears to be chaos with principles of an underlying sense of order.

This is a cordial invitation to know. 

 

(Source: radnoir)