You think it’s cool to hate things? It’s not. It’s boring. Talk about what you love and keep quiet about what you don’t. — The Liberal Arts Dear new generation … (via malislax)
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I think you need to fall in love with the wrong person. I think you need to fight and cry and sweat and bleed and fail. I think you need to have bad relationships and bad breakups. I think you need all of that so that when the right person and the right relationship comes along you can sigh with relief and say, “Ah yes. That is how it’s supposed to feel.” — Excerpt from “Conversations with my Mother” (via leviathanrose)
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The real things haven’t changed. It is still best to be honest and truthful; to make the most of what we have; to be happy with simple pleasures; and have courage when things go wrong. — Laura Ingalls Wilder (via observando)
And then we never spoke again. — my 6 word story (via un8common)
— Henry Rollins
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Do not teach your daughters to be ‘pretty.’
Do not entomb her in a pretty pink tower
and insist that only the degree of her physical appeal
may set her free.
Teach her to fight her way out,
to consume books and spit knowledge
to lesser boys who insist she is just beautiful
and nothing more.
Teach her to love her body
not to manipulate and put a price tag on herself
as a defined worth
she shall be immeasurable
she shall be more than this.
Do not let her break herself down
when the boy in kindergarden hits her
because he likes her.
What are you really teaching her?
Pain and love are not synonymous
neither are pretty and perfection.
Teach her to be kind
to be harsh
to be demure
to be wild
to be sensitive
to be thick-skinned
But good god,
Do not teach your daughters to be ‘pretty.’ — Michelle K., Do Not Teach Your Daughters to Be ‘Pretty.’ (via impetrate)
We’re all trying to forget someone. — Six Word Story (via allineedissix)