1. 00:29 17th Apr 2014

    Notes: 3786

    Reblogged from sharonnoodles

    Because reading is what? Fundamental!

     
  2. 00:23

    Notes: 199

    Reblogged from stilesfaplinski

    image: Download

     
  3. 20:57 13th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from wildfirelighter

    behindtheillusions:

Kirsten Dunst on the set of Marie Antoinette (2006), directed by Sofia Coppola. 

    behindtheillusions:

    Kirsten Dunst on the set of Marie Antoinette (2006), directed by Sofia Coppola. 

     
  4. 01:07 10th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from filthy-hippie-vibes

    spaceandweed:

Nebula 117

    spaceandweed:

    Nebula 117

     
  5. 18:42 9th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from oddporcelain

    I felt a tremendous distance between me and everything real.
    — Hunter S. Thompson (via holmyhan)

    (Source: delicatelybruised)

     
  6. 01:18 8th Apr 2014

    Notes: 50193

    Reblogged from fuckyeahexistentialism

    Of course I’ll hurt you. Of course you’ll hurt me. Of course we will hurt each other. But this is the very condition of existence. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence.
    — The Little Prince (via theoldludwigvan)

    (Source: psych-facts)

     
  7. 01:17

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    Reblogged from stufftheysaytodepressedpeople

    actualucifer:

    AND DON’T

    FUCKING

    TELL PEOPLE

    THAT THEY’RE NOT TRYING

    BECAUSE HOW THE FUCK WOULD YOU KNOW IF THEY’RE TRYING OR NOT

    JUST BECAUSE IT DOESN’T LIVE UP TO YOUR STANDARDS DOESN’T MEAN THEY’RE NOT TRYING

     
  8. I just had a meltdown of epic proportions. After 2 hours, some ativan and tea I feel better. I’m just so tired of feeling this way.

     
  9. 16:57 3rd Apr 2014

    Notes: 2280

    Reblogged from vintagegal

    Plays: 7,602

    50sand60smusic:

    The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog

     
  10. 16:53

    Notes: 2648

    Reblogged from spiritbreather

    hintz-magazine:

A reminder to not be so harsh on yourself
1. You are good; you are not a terrible person. Just remember that. You feel bad about what you’ve done, what ever it was. And that’s ok, that’s more than ok, that shows how much you care, how sorry you are, how you are willing to make things better.
2. You are smart; we all make mistakes, we blurted out hurtful words or didn’t thought before we act. We make mistakes in school, at work, with our family, with our friends, with ourselves. That doesn’t make you stupid, or less worthy. You know what that makes you? It doesn’t matter, because a mistake doesn’t define you. In any way. And you have a brain, and you can learn, and you can start again, because yeah, you are smart and you can do that.
3. You are person;and it’s ok to consider every aspect of it. Your emotions, your thoughts, your fears, your strengths and weaknesses. Because you’re not just a brain, or just emotion, you are whole person. And it’s ok to doubt, and to trust.
4. It’s never too late to say i’m sorry;it always counts. Maybe that person won’t understand it at that moment, but you know you mean it, and that’s important, it’s good to let them, and yourself, hear that. 
5. Time is important;not only to heal, but to use it properly. Use it to learn from your mistakes, not to cry over them over and over again. Use it to feel good with yourself again, and to make other people happy. 
5. You don’t have to punish yourselfit’s ok to be sad, it’s ok to cry and feel angry. But don’t hate yourself, hate is already bad when is towards other person and it’s even worst when is towards yourself. As I said, mistakes doesn’t define you, and you can make it better.
Please. Don’t give up on yourself.
I’ve done some pretty horrible things too, to people who I really love. And I tend to blame them instead of recognizing my own mistakes. Just always remember that after a good cry we can think with clarity again, and you are not bad, you’re just gonna be better now.
xo, Jimena.

    hintz-magazine:

    A reminder to not be so harsh on yourself

    1. You are good; you are not a terrible person. Just remember that. You feel bad about what you’ve done, what ever it was. And that’s ok, that’s more than ok, that shows how much you care, how sorry you are, how you are willing to make things better.

    2. You are smart; we all make mistakes, we blurted out hurtful words or didn’t thought before we act. We make mistakes in school, at work, with our family, with our friends, with ourselves. That doesn’t make you stupid, or less worthy. You know what that makes you? It doesn’t matter, because a mistake doesn’t define you. In any way. And you have a brain, and you can learn, and you can start again, because yeah, you are smart and you can do that.

    3. You are person;and it’s ok to consider every aspect of it. Your emotions, your thoughts, your fears, your strengths and weaknesses. Because you’re not just a brain, or just emotion, you are whole person. And it’s ok to doubt, and to trust.

    4. It’s never too late to say i’m sorry;it always counts. Maybe that person won’t understand it at that moment, but you know you mean it, and that’s important, it’s good to let them, and yourself, hear that. 

    5. Time is important;not only to heal, but to use it properly. Use it to learn from your mistakes, not to cry over them over and over again. Use it to feel good with yourself again, and to make other people happy. 

    5. You don’t have to punish yourselfit’s ok to be sad, it’s ok to cry and feel angry. But don’t hate yourself, hate is already bad when is towards other person and it’s even worst when is towards yourself. As I said, mistakes doesn’t define you, and you can make it better.

    Please. Don’t give up on yourself.

    I’ve done some pretty horrible things too, to people who I really love. And I tend to blame them instead of recognizing my own mistakes. Just always remember that after a good cry we can think with clarity again, and you are not bad, you’re just gonna be better now.

    xo, Jimena.