They should teach self-love in school. — 6-Word Story #94 (via writingsforwinter)
That sometimes human beings have to just sit in one place and, like, hurt. That you will become way less concerned with what other people think of you when you realize how seldom they do. That there is such a thing as raw, unalloyed, agendaless kindness. That it is possible to fall asleep during an anxiety attack. That concentrating on anything is very hard work. — David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest (via autobibliography)
(Source: cocksuck420, via itsserenwrap)
the cinnamon peeler's wife: we’re healing here. all of us. i never get very personal, never talk... -
we’re healing here. all of us. i never get very personal, never talk about facts more than i talk about feelings, about emotions. i’m not a selfish person in real life but in writing i am, and i’m realizing that this is nothing to be ashamed of. it’s mother’s day, and mama told me to write…
Through all the adversity and bullshit, don’t forget to follow your path with compassion…keep straight & smile.
My name is Full
My name is Fool
My name is love
I have it in abundance
it is what I’m good at
and there is plenty for everyone
and you just watch
me use this trick i taught myself — joshua merchant
le hibou sombre: Moderation is Not a Negation of Intensity but Helps Avoid Monotony by John Tagliabue -
Will you stop for a while, stop trying to pull yourself together
for some clear “meaning”— some momentary summary?
can have poetry or dances, prayers or climaxes all day;
the ordinary blankness of little dramatic consciousness is good for the health sometimes
only Dostoevsky can be…
There’s a new Hyperbole and a Half, you guys, and it is spectacular.
YOU GUYS THERE’S ANOTHER ONE AHHH!!!!