I looked at everyone and wondered where they came from, and who they missed, and what they were sorry for.
Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close  (via hefuckin)

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I wonder how biology can explain the physical pain you feel in your chest when all you want to do is be with someone.
Dan Howell (via corruptional)

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It’s all messed up:
The hair.
The bed.
The words.
The heart.
Life…
William Leal.    (via retratou)

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storiessongsandsorcery:

This is insanely useful!

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motherhensdetective:

I don’t think Maggie Smith is acting in this scene.

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You wanna know what living life to the fullest actually is? It’s waking up on a Monday morning with no complaints. It’s knowing you always deserve to laugh. It’s doing what feels right no matter what. It’s doing what you want to, no matter how stupid you look. It’s about being yourself, ‘cause no one can tell you you’re doing it wrong.



policymic:

Gender stereotypes are limiting our sons and our daughters

Patriarchal notions of manhood don’t just harm women, they hurt men. Toxic definitions of masculinity lead to well-documented problems like high rates of gun violence, suicide and sexual violence. That’s why organizations like the Representation Project are committed to advancing the discussion about how gender limits the freedoms of both women and men. They recognize that society’s gender ideals aren’t only damaging for women; they’re universally harmful.

Their latest video examines how stereotypes constrain all people from the moment they are born.

Watch the full video | Follow policymic

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I think you know immediately. You know as soon as your eyes meet, then everything that happens then on just proves that you had been right in that first moment. When you suddenly realized you had been incomplete, and now, you are whole.
Luce, Imagine Me & You (2005)

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