July202014
“Because its trouble; and its in our road. Well get there in time. No need to live in trouble until trouble comes. - The Dark Tower —- Stephen King” Stephen King quote (via stephenking-quotes)
July132014
“You are a divine being. You matter, you count. You come from realms of unimaginable power and light, and you will return to those realms.” Terence McKenna (via magicaleaf)

(Source: selenemooneffe, via inthiswholeworld)

8PM

2headedsnake:

Paul Fryer

Lucifer (Morning star), 2008

Anodized aluminum, silicon rubber cord,

wax work figure, feathers, concrete

(via the-gunslinger-swallowed)

8PM
7PM
7PM
“Better to live one day as a lion than a hundred years as a sheep.” E. Hemingway (via blonde-on-grey)

(Source: krstp, via ganja-elf)

7PM
7PM
“Suppose a character, in one of the stories you and I write, tried to conceive of his origin, and tried to foresee beyond what he knows of his destiny at any given point of the story. His enquiries, his speculations, would lead him to hypotheses (infinity, chance, indeterminacy, free will, curved space and time …) very similar to those at which thinkers arrive when speculating about the universe.
This is why the traffic between storytelling and metaphysics is continuous.
The notion that life, as lived, is a story being told is a recurring one. Rationalism rejected this notion by proposing that the laws of nature were ineluctably mechanical. Most recent scientific research tends to suggest that the natural working of the processes of the universe resemble those of a brain rather than a machine. To think of such a ‘brain’ as a narrator—although many scientists would protest that the thought was too anthropomorphic—has again become feasible. The metaphysics of storytelling has ceased to be a merely literary concern.
What separates us from the characters about whom we write is not knowledge, either objective or subjective, but their experience of time in the story we are telling. This separation allows us, the storytellers, the power of knowing the whole. Yet, equally, this separation renders us powerless: we cannot control our characters, after the narration has begun. We are obliged to follow them, and this following is through and across the time, which they are living and which we oversee.
The time, and therefore the story, belongs to them. Yet the meaning of the story, what makes it worthy of being told, is what we can see and what inspires us because we are beyond its time.
Those who read or listen to our stories see everything as through a lens. This lens is the secret of narration, and it is ground anew in every story, ground between the temporal and the timeless.
If we storytellers are Death’s Secretaries, we are so because, in our brief mortal lives, we are grinders of these lenses.” John Berger, And Our Faces, My Heart, Brief as Photos (via somenotesonfilm)

(Source: hours, via somenotesonfilm)

7PM

twinkletwinkleyoulittlefuck:

thepreciousthing:

adire-adire:

victorysunshine:

goldfish-kisses:

geek-in-a-box:

martiemcfly:

WHY ARENT THERE ADULT-SIZED PLAYGROUNDS

LIKE EVERYTHING IS THE SAME AS A KIDS PLAYGROUND

BUT BIGGER

WHY DO WE NOT HAVE THOSE

theme parks. just. theme parks.

but u have to pay for theme parks

that’s the adult part

son of a bitch

ladies and gentlemen, behold

the St. Louis City Museum:

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Playground for adults and children.

They even serve alcohol.

I know where we’re going guys

Aaaaand now I know why I’m working two jobs. New destination.

(via ganja-elf)

7PM
“Ive given up thinking - it keeps getting me into trouble. - Nightmares and Dreamscapes. —- Stephen King” Stephen King quote (via stephenking-quotes)
July72014
“I can’t exactly describe how I feel but it’s not quite right. And it leaves me cold.” F. Scott Fitzgerald (via delusion-als)

(Source: mourningmelody, via madokamaora)

June262014
June112014
“…and you drink a little too much and try a little too hard. And you go home to a cold bed and think, ‘That was fine’. And your life is a long line of fine.”

Gillian Flynn  (via fruitygal)

This. So much this.

(Source: uglypnis, via madokamaora)

June92014
“Many things—such as loving, going to sleep, or behaving unaffectedly—are done worst when we try hardest to do them.” C.S. Lewis (via purplebuddhaproject)

(via the-gunslinger-swallowed)

June72014

the-gunslinger-swallowed:

Right in the feels

(Source: sometimes-alice)

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