The best subway ad. Morgan L.

The best subway ad. Morgan L.

evening at the loft.

evening at the loft.

sapta-loka:

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sapta-loka:

<3<3<3

(Source: desert-dreamer, via mindorchid)

"Moral resolve is like this. A noble person does not do good because of willpower. She does it through a combination of, on the one hand, modesty about self, and, on the other hand, faith in a higher purpose, a higher meaning, in powers more potent than self-will. Such a person is not moral through gritted teeth. She is at ease in goodness."

— David Brazier, “Other-Power” (via tricycle-tumbles)

Needs sutras surgery stat

Needs sutras surgery stat

Sometimes my home is abstract?

Sometimes my home is abstract?

"When you do something, you should do it with your whole body and mind; you should be concentrated on what you do. You should do it completely, like a good bonfire. You should not be a smoky fire. You should burn yourself completely. If you do not burn yourself completely, a trace of yourself will be left in what you do."

— Shunryu Suzuki (via thecalminside)

(via lovelightandmarijuana)

benkopel:

Jenny Holzer

benkopel:

Jenny Holzer

(via kdecember)

allmymetaphors:

thoughts become things!!!!! 

allmymetaphors:

thoughts become things!!!!! 

(via eclecticpandas)

"People think I’m crazy to put myself through such torture, though I would argue otherwise. Somewhere along the line we seem to have confused comfort with happiness. Dostoyevsky had it right: ‘Suffering is the sole origin of consciousness.’ Never are my senses more engaged than when the pain sets in. There is a magic in misery. Just ask any runner."

— ― Dean Karnazes, (via isensearunner)

(via tothemarathonandback)

However mean your life is, meet it and live it; do not shun it and call it hard names. It is not so bad as you are. It looks poorest when you are richest. The fault-finder will find faults even in paradise. Love your life, poor as it is. You may perhaps have some pleasant, thrilling, glorious…

(Source: observando)

"While we are looking for the antidote or the medicine to cure us, that is, the ‘new’, which can only be found by plunging deep into the Unknown, we have to go on exploring sex, books, and travel, although we know that they lead us to the abyss, which, as it happens, is the only place where the antidote can be found."

— Roberto Bolaño (via observando)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)