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libraryatsea:

ballet (by viktor gårdsäter)

The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde

  • JACK: How can you sit there, calmly eating muffins when we are in this horrible trouble, I can't make out. You seem to me to be perfectly heartless.
  • ALGERNON: Well, I can't eat muffins in an agitated manner. The butter would probably get on my cuffs. One should always eat muffins quite calmly. It is the only way to eat them.

This is making me wanna sleep so bad. If I didn’t have work to do tonight, I’d totally just curl up under the covers right now.

I’d have this tattoo if I could.

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Anything you dream is fiction, and anything you accomplish is science, the whole history of mankind is nothing but science fiction.

Ray Bradbury (via booklover) (via obliteratedheart)

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fuckyeahphotography:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/heshcode/

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I should try baking this next…

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We make choices everyday, some of them good, some of them bad. And - if we are strong enough - we live with the consequences.

David Gemmell (via kari-shma)

Sometimes I wonder if my whole life will pass by this way: me waiting in the shadows, waiting for something to happen. Waiting for someone else to make it happen. Something new or different or crazy and amazing. I‘ve been there for so long, letting everyone else figure it out for me, floating along without much direction or conscious thought. Reacting.

Sarah Ockler, Fixing Delilah (via creatingaquietmind)

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Lessons For Our Children

islamicthinking:

We need to teach our daughters to distinguish between,

A man who flatters her and a man who compliments her,

A man who spends money on her and a man who invests in her,

A man who views her as property and a man who views her properly,

A man who lusts after her and man who loves her,

A man who believes he’s a gift to women and a man who believes she’s a gift to him.

And then we need to teach our sons to be that kind of man.

Literature is always personal, always one man’s vision of the world, one man’s experience, and it can only be popular when men are ready to welcome the visions of others.

W. B. Yeats, The Irish Dramatic Movement (via bookoasis)

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