بطانة للقلب الشفَّاف

قــــلـــــبـــــك يــــا دنــيـــا أعــــمــــــــى
وأنــــــــــا قــــــلـبـــــــــي شــــفَّـــــا ف
يــــــتـــــــهــــجــَّــــــى النـــــــــــــــــور

LIFE RIGHT NOW

gnade:

Four in the morning, work on the new book for the last six hours, now moving a mobile zine library from one small Midwest town to the next. Frog noise, cricket noise, silent lightning on the western horizon. Lock the gate, pin the hitch, kick out the wheel blocks, go. Growing up I always knew I wanted to be a “writer” but I never thought that it would entail shit like this. Happier for it. Glad for it.

التلات ٩-١١
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إلى ٢٠١٤
قنديل انا مهجور
خاصم معايا النور
جوايا شيء مكسور
ولافيش إيدين تتمد
من غيرك

اعتراف

.أنا باحب الناس اللي بتضحك دايمًأ واللي بتعرف تضحكني

وصفولي الصبر لقيته خيال

“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.”

—   Norman Cousins (via wearepioneerspress)

(Source: casabet64, via wearepioneerspress)

brenluke:

'Homework' (after photograph by Martha Holmes)Ink on Paper25x19cmGiclee Prints Available Here

brenluke:

'Homework' (after photograph by Martha Holmes)
Ink on Paper
25x19cm

Giclee Prints Available Here


“Find The Life You Want and then Fight Until It’s Yours
1. Fighting and loving are the two best things. The worst things are innumerable and will savagely f*ck you up if given the chance.
2. No mercy for the dreamkillers.
3. If you’re not grappling with self-doubt half the time, you’ve probably lost perspective. The confident ones give us the worst and most lifeless bullsh*t.
4. Don’t waste your life in front of a screen. If given the choice, avoid any kind of prison. Especially the ones we put ourselves in. Friends don’t let friends wilt away on the Internet. Friends open doors and say, “Hey, you wanna get out of here?”
5. The meanest of all is time. Treat the rest accordingly.
6. It’s not about the money. Stuff will work out if you work hard. Trust your gut and make the choices you’re afraid of. Don’t believe them when they tell you to “follow the money”. They say that sh*t because they’re scared of losing security. F*ck security. Give us the mess. Give us the big splash of life and color and failure. It’s beautiful.
7. You were probably right the first time.”

—   

My former roommate/always best friend let me borrow this beautiful beautiful book/zine called “The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Fighting the Big Motherf*ckin’ Sad” by Adam Gnade

This section kind of ties in to what I posted earlier, so I thought I’d share it.

(via activelyseekinggardengnomes)

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