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The most important words in life are spoken when inspecting blades of grass, or walking in a crowd, or driving, or in the dark. God, I love that. I love that our very best cannot look anyone in the eye. Discuss the weather? Why sure, I will count your eyelashes as I count the clouds. But to tell you who I am? I could never. It’s stupid, fearful, human.

Out of all the great things good words do, I like this most of all.

"[Parents should] recommend some books with female leads that your son would enjoy reading. If your next question is “Why?,” then ask your daughter why she liked Harry Potter. She might say it was a good story, great characters, and a fantastic world. Who cares if the main character was a boy? In fact, girls will pick up a book with a hero or heroine equally. According to my excellent librarian resources, boys will actively avoid books with a girl as the main character. What’s the problem? I have no idea. Why should you encourage your son to read books with heroines? That’s easy. You want your son to grow up knowing that a strong female for a friend, wife or boss is normal and good."
Rebecca Angel  (via albinwonderland)
"She let out a laugh, and then she put her hand over her mouth, like she was angry at herself for forgetting her sadness."
Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (via perfect)

I can’t wait to be
Old enough to fill in a
Whole crossword puzzle

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Watch Local Natives perform a new song, “Heavy Feat,” at KCRW.

*Feet? Love.

"You may not agree with a woman, but to criticize her appearance — as opposed to her ideas or actions — isn’t doing anyone any favors, least of all you. Insulting a woman’s looks when they have nothing to do with the issue at hand implies a lack of comprehension on your part, an inability to engage in high-level thinking. You may think she’s ugly, but everyone else thinks you’re an idiot."
Hillary Clinton (via dulcetdecember)
"I don’t miss him anymore. Most of the time, anyway. I want to. I wish I could but unfortunately, it’s true: time does heal. It will do so whether you like it or not, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it. If you’re not careful, time will take away everything that ever hurt you, everything you have lost, and replace it with knowledge. Time is a machine: it will convert your pain into experience… It will force you to move on and you will not have a choice in the matter."
Charles Yu, How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe  (via maddierose)

Dear moon,

I know for a fact that when I hold this camera up to the sky, it will not do you justice. 

But every night I see your face, I cannot help but try.

Ever try to steal something from the stars? Preserve a story in petty words long after its tide?

As have I, only left with cracking hands and the laughter of time. I could get drunk off that sound, forgive me. I love you all the more that you are not mine.

You are chalk dust on my lens, but the world’s largest pearl upon my eyes, carried off by a midnight black current that traces the only ballroom I’ve ever known, arcing suburban horizon to horizon. Dear, I am underdressed to meet you.

You are all the glass dust wonder this estranged earth could not bear, shining light that is not yours in teaspoons, waltzing close enough to see smiles but not scars. They say your face is a lie, that it’s just a projection of mine.

Tonight your eyes look like they’re waking for the first time.

"There was an episode, one of my favorite moments in Star Trek, when Captain Kirk looks over the cosmos and says, ‘Somewhere out there someone is saying the three most beautiful words in any language.’ Of course you heart sinks and you think it’s going to be, ‘I love you’ or whatever. He says, ‘Please help me.’ What a philosophically fantastic idea, that vulnerability and need is a beautiful thing."
Hugh Laurie (via balphesian)

30 Days of Doctor Who

Day 19- Favourite episode of season 5> Vincent and the Doctor