1. 12:53 29th Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from thatkindofwoman

    Tags: quotes

    How odd, I can have all this inside me
    and to you it’s just words.
    — David Foster Wallace , The Pale King  (via thatkindofwoman)

    (Source: wordsnquotes)

  2. 21:54 12th Jan 2014

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    Reblogged from cyriloneous

    Tags: designquotesunf

  3. 08:42 25th Jun 2013

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    Reblogged from rivernokk

    Tags: nicki minajquotes



    Things to remember

    life motto. 

    Despite the fact that I don’t really like Nicki Minaj’s music or image, she certainly says enough interesting and profound things.

  4. 08:40

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    Reblogged from thatkindofwoman

    Tags: quotesfrank ocean

    Work hard in silence, let your success be your noise.
    — Frank Ocean (via absea)

    (Source: l-ucia)

  5. “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference”.
    — Winston Churchill  (via thatkindofwoman)
  6. 01:57 1st May 2013

    Notes: 62559

    Reblogged from postghost

    Tags: quotesdaniell koepke

    Stop comparing where you’re at with where everyone else is. It doesn’t move you farther ahead, improve your situation, or help you find peace. It just feeds your shame, fuels your feelings of inadequacy, and ultimately, it keeps you stuck. The reality is that there is no one correct path in life. Everyone has their own unique journey. A path that’s right for someone else won’t necessarily be a path that’s right for you. And that’s okay. Your journey isn’t right or wrong, or good or bad. It’s just different. Your life isn’t meant to look like anyone else’s because you aren’t like anyone else. You’re a person all your own with a unique set of goals, obstacles, dreams, and needs. So stop comparing, and start living. You may not have ended up where you intended to go. But trust, for once, that you have ended up where you needed to be. Trust that you are in the right place at the right time. Trust that your life is enough. Trust that you are enough.
    — Daniell Koepke (via touchpulp)

    (Source: internal-acceptance-movement)

  7. 22:15 7th Apr 2013

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    Reblogged from thetinhouse

    Tags: quoteswriting


    7 Great American Writers on Writing (See the last two here: x)

  8. 01:11 2nd Apr 2013

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    Reblogged from rivernokk

    Tags: quotestom waits

    We are buried beneath the weight of information, which is being confused with knowledge; and quantity is being confused with abundance and wealth with happiness. We are monkeys with money and guns.
    — Tom Waits (via kadrey)
  9. 16:44 24th Mar 2013

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    Reblogged from dimisfit

    Tags: quotesursula le guin

    The trouble is that we have a bad habit, encouraged by pedants and sophisticates, of considering happiness as something rather stupid. Only pain is intellectual, only evil interesting. This is the treason of the artist: a refusal to admit the banality of evil and the terrible boredom of pain. If you can’t lick ‘em, join ‘em. If it hurts, repeat it. But to praise despair is to condemn delight, to embrace violence is to lose hold of everything else. We have almost lost hold; we can no longer describe a happy man, nor make any celebration of joy.

    Ursula Le Guin, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas (via alltheladiesyouhate)


    I never understood that silly trope that runs frequent on this site that only those intelligent enough feel lonely, or sad, or depressed. If anything, I’ve seen that happiness and contentment are things so much more difficult to comprehend or grasp. Why else would our world’s greatest and most intelligent leaders (i.e. Dalai Lama) always advocate for these ideals?

    (via dimisfit)

  10. 23:35 18th Mar 2013

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    Reblogged from royalrex

    Tags: quotesmartin amiswriting

    What did Nabokov and Joyce have in common, apart from the poor teeth and the great prose? Exile, and decades of near pauperism. A compulsive tendency to overtip. An uxoriousness that their wives deservedly inspired. More than that, they both lived their lives ‘beautifully’—not in any Jamesian sense (where, besides, ferocious solvency would have been a prerequisite), but in the droll fortitude of their perseverance. They got the work done, with style
    — Martin Amis, Experience: A Memoir (via rtpolitik)