ilovecharts:

The Impossible Trinity of Creativity

ilovecharts:

The Impossible Trinity of Creativity

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Almost two days w/o electricity (due to a typhoon that fckn ravaged our place ugh) power just came back hours earlier and lo! Found out I’m on TEAM ANGBAND!! Some good news finally!!

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pyritewolf:

Just a thing before the read-along starts. Hi teammates!

pyritewolf:

Just a thing before the read-along starts. Hi teammates!

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sabella’s fail after higuain’s missed goal -World Cup 2014 , Quarter Final , Argentina-Belgium 1-0 

fantasyfriends:

Wes Anderson: “When I die, I want you at my funeral.  I want a big coffin, preferably a double.  I want gratuitous bouquets of flowers.  I want a headstone with ‘Hillary’ carved into it.  Most important, I want you dressed as Bette miming the Wind Beneath My Wings.  When everyone is leaving, whisper to my mother: “This is what he would have wanted.” Promise me Adrien.”

fantasyfriends:

Wes Anderson: “When I die, I want you at my funeral.  I want a big coffin, preferably a double.  I want gratuitous bouquets of flowers.  I want a headstone with ‘Hillary’ carved into it.  Most important, I want you dressed as Bette miming the Wind Beneath My Wings.  When everyone is leaving, whisper to my mother: “This is what he would have wanted.” Promise me Adrien.”

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invisiblegirlsclub:

Me Watching Football

invisiblegirlsclub:

Me Watching Football

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badplanets:

She flirted 
"write about me" 

and I told her
"break my heart first"

I think about you. But I don’t say it anymore."
— Marguerite Duras, from Hiroshima, Mon Amour (via violentwavesofemotion)
Anonymous asked: Is there something wrong w/ me if i say i have no real ambition? I really can't remember if there was ever a time that i strongly felt the WANT to be something (like profession-wise). Do I feel bad? No. But sometimes I envy others that are so certain of what they want to be. Sorry, your blog is the only outlet I could think of. I haven't really said this to anyone. Forgive me. p.s. yours is the only blog I constantly check whenever I'm on tumblr. i have it bookmarked. <3

violentwavesofemotion:

It’s okay to know. And it’s okay not to know. It’s just that the people who “know” appear as they might have got their shit together — and it’s only natural because they seem determined and focused and it all works for the sake of self-fulfillment & individual completion of some goal/purpose. It’s fine, you know, they might show much more self-confidence in that particular aspect of their lives. But the thing is, this as well might be “all outer show and inner emptiness” — to know what you want and blindly put your heart into it is not bad at all but so many people get comfortable with that they end up planning their entire existence according to patterns of living which supposedly make them feel content and less insecure toward what is it that they do & yet miss out on tons of other stuff. And that’s because the notion of “certainty” itself never functions on one level only — it often leads to choices of a permanent character which can be proven rotten in future time. Rotten not in the sense of success or happiness but just rotten in the sense of people building carefully their own cages and then losing precious bits of their overall self-awareness in all that. Ambition ain’t bad — it can push you to the edge, it can make you feel motivated but Idk I personally mistrust all certainties even profession wise. There’s so much more to your life than what you’ll be “wanting to do” — things get real when you do get what you want but find yourself incapable of realizing that this is not where it begins and ends, that this is not your only source of positivity and this is not the only thing that can make you aware of your own self-worth. And it’s not. It just allows you to be creative, develop your skills and personal traits (which, don’t get me wrong, is big), at best it does that and it also, occasionally, hides the madness you’re carrying; prevents you from thinking about the big stuff, keeps you down to earth and makes you cherish your options and accept them for what they are. But as I said, even the people who know, at some point, find themselves (okay if they’re intelligent enough and still soul-searching) dealing with feelings of discomfort because in one way or another, they’ve settled. They’ve “found” it, it’s there, it’s filling them up with passion or anxiety but it’s taking up most of their time and they’re somehow not okay with that anymore. Or they are but they just can’t help feeling that they’ve “compromised” in an unhealthy degree. To cut the long story short: those who know are privileged, only they are not, not really. Give yourself time. You might come to know and you might never know but trust this all the way — trust it, whatever it is. You currently don’t know what is it that you want to do. I say trust it. There’s a sort of endlessness when you don’t know. To cowards it’s just chaos and refuse to look at it as “endlessness”; they refuse to see it’s possible that whether that works out or not they’re still growing and it’s fucked up being miserable over that which they cannot currently change. But there’s so much beauty in “not knowing” and I mean that. There’s so many social standards we’re all feeling like living up to but we end up losing the essence, the real essence of having desires which aren’t always concrete or simple. And I’m in this as well (everything wise not merely profession wise) I don’t claim that I never get anxious about it; I seem to shake it off my mind quite a lot but it just makes me feel very disorientated and lost sometimes. I feel like I can do anything but then again I don’t desire anything passionately enough so as to feel committed. I end up thinking that I plainly want to do something that won’t be taking so much time out of my life; something that will just gain me a decent living and leave me be on my own terms. But certainly, it’s different for everyone. All I’m saying is: don’t let it eat you from the inside. Oh and watch this video. 

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Let it go - the
smashed word broken
open vow or
the oath cracked length
wise - let it go it
was sworn to
go

let them go - the
truthful liars and
the false fair friends
and the “boths” and
“neithers” - you must let them go they
were born
to go

let all go - the
big small middling
tall bigger really
the biggest and all
things - let all go
dear

so comes love.

"
— E.E Cummings, Let It Go (via violentwavesofemotion)
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Coldhands, Tysha and now Lady Stoneheart. Wow D&D.

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