“Most people die at 25 and aren’t buried until they’re 75” —Benjamin Franklin (via nicotineflavouredpopsicle)
“She moved nearer, leaned her shoulder against me — and we were one, and something flowed from her into me, and I knew: this is how it must be. I knew it with every nerve, and every hair, every heartbeat, so sweet it verged on pain. And what joy to submit to this ‘must’. A piece of iron must feel such joy as it submits to the precise, inevitable law that draws it to a magnet. Or a stone, thrown up, hesitating a moment, then plunging headlong back to earth. Or a man, after the final agony, taking a last deep breath — and dying.” —Yevgeny Zamyatin, We (via rabbitinthemoon)
Such a great blog you have. One of my favorites.
Thanks man, I like yours too. it’s good because you post stuff I can use on both of my blogs XD
“Water is the softest thing, yet it can penetrate mountains and earth. This shows clearly the principle of softness overcoming hardness.” —Lao Tzu (via bokononish)