figuring it out.

Ask me anything   i got alot of thoughts about where i came from and a whole lot of questions about what the hell i'm doing here. so with wise words from others and maybe a bit of my own rambling, gonna figure this ish out.

humansofnewyork:

"I never made it as a screenwriter. I tried to do what I loved and I failed. But the important thing is, I’ve found reasons to like every job I’ve done since then. I had a friend who committed suicide recently. He opened up his wrists in a bathtub. You know what he said to me once? He said: ‘I’m jealous of you because you can find a reason to enjoy anything you choose to do.’"

humansofnewyork:

"I never made it as a screenwriter. I tried to do what I loved and I failed. But the important thing is, I’ve found reasons to like every job I’ve done since then. I had a friend who committed suicide recently. He opened up his wrists in a bathtub. You know what he said to me once? He said: ‘I’m jealous of you because you can find a reason to enjoy anything you choose to do.’"

— 11 hours ago with 8064 notes
#keep moving 
humansofnewyork:

"I’m happier than a pig in shit."

humansofnewyork:

"I’m happier than a pig in shit."

— 2 days ago with 7788 notes

Maybe bravery can be the simple act of standing up and walking outside on the days when it feels like it might be a good idea to never stand up again. 

— 2 days ago

pax-arabica:

socialismartnature:

Israelis Watch Bombs Drop on Gaza From Front-Row Seats | New York Times »

The image of the Israeli spectators was taken after 9 p.m. local time on Wednesday, the reporter said, about the same time that what was intended to be a “precision strike” from Israel’s military killed at least eight of their Palestinian neighbors, seated in similar plastic chairs at a beachside cafe in Gaza, waiting to watch the World Cup semifinal between Argentina and the Netherlands.

As his image reverberated around the social network, where it was shared more than 10,000 times, the reporter was surprised by the response. It was, he said in a telephone interview from Israel, “nothing new.” Similar scenes, of Israeli spectators gathered on the high ground above Gaza to view the destruction below, were documented in a Times of London article and a video report from Denmark’s TV2 during Operation Cast Lead in 2009.

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Israel: Where genocide is a spectator sport.

Look how terrified the poor Israelis are. This truly is a two way war.

this is some disgusting shit yall. This is what you see in those post-apocalyptic movies & think nah that wouldn’t happen tho? 

(via farrahfuckingfang)

— 3 days ago with 2736 notes
"The world is big and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark."
John Muir  (via seulray)

(Source: jasontylerburton, via mostlyjudson)

— 3 days ago with 5737 notes
"Our daily victims are:
between two and eight martyrs,
ten wounded,
twenty homes,
fifty olive trees,
and the structural destruction of the ode, the play
and the unfinished painting."
Mahmoud Darwish, State of Seige   (via thepeacefulterrorist)

(Source: lastuli, via longlostpoet)

— 3 days ago with 167 notes

This is life, not heaven. You don’t have to be perfect.

(Source: 365daysofjolie)

— 3 days ago with 671 notes