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hellocereallovers:

A little cereal now and again…

hellocereallovers:

A little cereal now and again…

— 1 month ago with 73 notes
br0ken-and-lost:

Anna describes my life perfectly

br0ken-and-lost:

Anna describes my life perfectly

— 1 month ago with 111 notes

He estado sola, no por mucho tiempo, pero sí el suficiente para sentirlo como una eternidad.
Todas las noches que me sujetó fuertemente hacia ella, ahora parecen fantasías. Toda ella permanece como un platónico, como una muy buena historia que nunca sucedió.
La odio por invitarme a mi propio sueño de adolescente, por posibilitarme lo imposible, lo ilegal.

— 1 month ago
missjodie:

"Dressed in red and silver, she evoked the sounds and imagery of fire engines as they tore through the streets of New York, alarming the heart with the violent gong of catastrophe; all dressed in red and silver, the tearing red and silver cutting a pathway through the flesh. The first time he looked at her he felt: everything will burn!”
-Anaïs Nin, A Spy In The House of Love

missjodie:

"Dressed in red and silver, she evoked the sounds and imagery of fire engines as they tore through the streets of New York, alarming the heart with the violent gong of catastrophe; all dressed in red and silver, the tearing red and silver cutting a pathway through the flesh. The first time he looked at her he felt: everything will burn!

-Anaïs Nin, A Spy In The House of Love

— 1 month ago with 11 notes

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emilyinthetardiswithcheekbones:

frizz01percy:

this should be the most reblogged post on tumblr before it dies

We need to reblog this so much that the post breaks

Reblogging so hard.

(Source: wasabi-desu, via bittemeharderr)

— 1 month ago with 947371 notes
"Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less."
C. S. Lewis (via wordsnquotes)

(via wordsnquotes)

— 1 month ago with 1031 notes
"The trouble is, you think you have time."
Buddha (via feellng)

(Source: feellng)

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"The act of true reading is in its very essence democratic. Consider the nature of what happens when we read a book - and I mean, of course, a work of literature, not an instruction manual or a textbook - in private, unsupervised, un-spied-on, alone. It isn’t like a lecture: it’s like a conversation. There’s a back-and-forthness about it. The book proposes, the reader questions, the book responds, the reader considers. We bring our own preconceptions and expectations, our own intellectual qualities, and our limitations, too, our own previous experiences of reading, our own temperament, our own hopes and fears, our own personality to the encounter."
Philip Pullman (via observando)
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"If you cannot read all your books, at any rate handle, or as it were, fondle them – peer into them, let them fall open where they will, read from the first sentence that arrests the eye, set them back on the shelves with your own hands, arrange them on your own plan so that if you do not know what is in them, you at least know where they are. Let them be your friends; let them at any rate be your acquaintances. If they cannot enter the circle of your life, do not deny them at least a nod of recognition."
Winston Churchill, Painting as a Pastime (via observando)
— 1 month ago with 653 notes