ABOUT ME
Neurotic Visionary with Delusional Aspirations. 08/20/1995. Male. Canada. Or am I?

#MY FACE

#MY ART

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September 26th 2014 11:17 PM  |  949 notes  |  Via
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"We’re all lonely for something we don’t know we’re lonely for. How else to explain the curious feeling that goes around feeling like missing somebody we’ve never even met?"

—  David Foster Wallace
September 26th 2014 8:46 PM  |  14,428 notes  |  Via
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amajor7:

straight men: how do they work?

Isn’t that the million dollar question. #idontknowhowtotalktostraightguys
#idontknowhowtotalktoguysatall

amajor7:

straight men: how do they work?

Isn’t that the million dollar question. #idontknowhowtotalktostraightguys

#idontknowhowtotalktoguysatall

September 26th 2014 1:04 AM  |  2 notes  |  Source
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Just A Little Bit of Your Heart / Ariana Grande

I know I’m not your only, but at least I’m one
I heard a little love is better than none

September 26th 2014 12:44 AM  |  0 notes
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Matthew O’Reilly: “Am I dying?” The honest answer.

"The final pattern I observed always touched me the deepest, to the soul. The dying need to know that their life had meaning. They need to know that they did not waste their life on meaningless tasks. This came to me very, very early in my career. I responded to a call. There was a female in her late fifties, severely pinned with a vehicle. Critical, critical, condition. As we talked, she had said to me, "there was so much more that I wanted to do with my life." She had felt she had not left her mark on this earth. As we talked further, it would turn out that she was a mother of two adopted children, who were both on their way to medical school. Because of her, two children had a chance they never would’ve had otherwise, and would go on to save lives in the medical field as medical doctors. 

I believed what you saw in the movies. You’re in those last moments, that it’s strictly terror, fear. I’ve come to realize, regardless of the circumstance, it’s generally met with peace and acceptance. And it’s the littlest things, the littlest moments, the littlest things you brought into the world, that gives you peace in those final moments.”

September 25th 2014 7:26 PM  |  5 notes
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I didn’t know Gaga tweeted the Marry The Night video today, but in a strange coincidence I re-watched it again today too and I cried. The lyrics, the music video, her voice; it is about resilience and fortitude and passion and it makes me so emotional. 

September 24th 2014 10:09 PM  |  2 notes
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It saddens me a bit that Roger Ebert didn’t have a chance to see Gravity. I’m sure he would have loved it.

September 21st 2014 11:59 PM  |  6 notes
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Me and my buddies are in a new home :)

Me and my buddies are in a new home :)

September 21st 2014 12:33 AM  |  4 notes
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"The best way to predict the future is to invent it."

—  Steve Jobs
September 19th 2014 11:41 PM  |  0 notes
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anthagio replied to your post: univorso said:She looks like some…

i think she’s just serving face

She’s serving sad face :(

September 19th 2014 10:22 PM  |  3 notes
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univorso


She looks like someone broke all the bones that make up the skeletal system of her heart and being and she's persisting. She has that dignified air in that photo. She looks like she's fighting

It could be a performance. She’s stoic.

But then again, raw sadness can be just as much a performance as the act of happiness. Life as opus.