thenightlymirror:

Landscape warfare in Throw Away Your Books, Rally in the Streets.

Last one is particularly beautiful.

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

If life were merely a habit, I should commit suicide; but even now, more or less desperate, I cannot but think, ‘Something wonderful may happen.’ It is not optimism, it is a rejection of self-pity (I hope) which leaves a loophole for life… I merely choose to remain living out of respect for possibility. And possibility is the great good.
Frank O’Hara, Early Writing, 108-9 (1/22/49)

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nevver:

“Fiction gives us a second chance that life denies us.” — Paul Theroux

I’ve always been really turned on when a woman reads a lot of books. My favorite conversations revolve around what a someone has recently read.

nevver:

“Fiction gives us a second chance that life denies us.” — Paul Theroux

I’ve always been really turned on when a woman reads a lot of books. My favorite conversations revolve around what a someone has recently read.

xyz

He never had enough and got confused when they asked why
Life is only a moment in time and it passed by

  • Artist: Albert Camus
  • TrackName: Camus' Love Letters
  • Album: 1959

apoetreflects:

Selections of Albert Camus’ love letters, written in late 1959, from a rare BBC documentary of Camus’ life. Music by Erik Satie.

(Source: xezene, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

xyz

I may or may not be falling in love with a girl.

Here’s a little bit about her - 

She’s a bit older than me, she may be the biggest bitch in the world, everyone seems to hate her, she broke another woman’s arm on television, and she can definitely kick the ever living hell out of me.

Watching Ronda Rousey absolutely destroy Miesha Tate tonight was just the cherry on my crush cake. Hell of a woman.

Too bad Silva had his leg shattered. I was rooting for Weidman and I’m glad he won, but that’s an awful way to end your career.

xyz

Not sure if what I did was right. I really hope it wasn’t reactionary BS. Seriously hurting right now. Oh well, ball’s not in my court anymore.

I can’t wait until this month is over.

Πάντα ῥεῖ καὶ οὐδὲν μένει
All is flux, and nothing abides.

- Heraclitus (c. 535-475 BC), quoted in Plato, Cratylus 402a, and Diogenes Laertius, Lives of the Philosophers, IX.8 (c. 3rd century BC)

(Source: ancientpeoples, via fuckyeahexistentialism)