"Nothing is built on stone; All is built on sand, but we must build as if the sand were stone."
— Jorge Luis Borges (via feellng)
"If you want to learn what someone fears losing, watch what they photograph."
Unknown (via thexpotent)
This hit me harder than I expected.
(Source: foreverthecuriousone, via babyimwonderstruck)
"She always has such an intense production. Just an emotional, moving sort of extension of the music. The songs already mean so much. She’s a writer from such a real place, things you can really relate to … the kind of songs you can flip on and immediately connect with. But it’s where she takes it live that’s another step beyond. It’s one of the most entertaining shows I’ve ever seen. She always gives 110 percent, you know? One hundred percent is not enough."
— Hunter Hayes on Taylor (x)
(Source: ts-1989, via babyimwonderstruck)
have you ever seen a chicken strip
There are two kinds of people in this world.
(Source: coolator, via eeclipssee)
"I’m going to enjoy every second, and I’m going to know I’m enjoying it while I’m enjoying it. Most people don’t live; they just race. They are trying to reach some goal far away on the horizon, and in the heat of the going they get so breathless and panting that they lose sight of the beautiful, tranquil country they are passing through; and then the first thing they know, they are old and worn out, and it doesn’t make any difference whether they’ve reached the goal or not."
— Jean Webster (via feellng)
"come back so i can say yes this time do it again now that i know what to call what you did.
this time i’ll be ready i like it rough now and i’m done with romance i never met another man who loved me so much at first sight he had to hurt me to do it."
— Daphne Gottlieb (via feellng)
"No one’s life seems great between midnight and 7 a.m. Go to sleep. Things will be better tomorrow."
— (via alifeofbarelybreathing)
(Source: themethfairy, via stiflvd)
"We are of opinion that instead of letting books grow moldy behind an iron grating, far from the vulgar gaze, it is better to let them wear out by being read."
— Jules Verne, Journey to the Center of the Earth (via feellng)