1. My dad always told me there were two fundamental tests we r always facing

    Failure, which texts a person’s commitment
    And success, which tests their character

    Go pass yr tests today, tumblr

  2. Practice not-doing, and everything will fall into place.
    Lao Tzu (via thecalminside)
    Reblogged from: thecalminside
  3. We talk about life as though we know what it is. We talk about ‘my life’, and ‘my mind’ and ‘my body’, ‘my family’, ‘my health’, ‘my car’, ‘my country’, my everything, but actually here is the cause of our discontent. The possessive ‘I, me, mine and my’, the manifestation of ego.
    Life is just life. This life is not about you, you just make it about you, it’s not personal, you just make it personal.

    Michael Kewley

    Life is not personal – lit’s just what happens.

    (via abiding-in-peace)

    Reblogged from: abiding-in-peace
  4. my friend was trying to pout in the backseat recently and i said no way i’m gonna smile at you and we’re prob gonna smile together bc we’re humans but she was evading my joy so then i coopted every mirror in the car including the unseen window door mirrors so that from one position i was seeing her everywhere and she was finally so pleased this snapshot was the breakthrough of jouissance and everything was right again

    my friend was trying to pout in the backseat recently and i said no way i’m gonna smile at you and we’re prob gonna smile together bc we’re humans but she was evading my joy so then i coopted every mirror in the car including the unseen window door mirrors so that from one position i was seeing her everywhere and she was finally so pleased this snapshot was the breakthrough of jouissance and everything was right again

  5. Reblogged from: chicken-buddha
  6. Have patience with everything that remains unsolved in your heart. ….live in the question.
    Rainer Maria Rilke (via thecalminside)
    Reblogged from: thecalminside
  7. farsizaban:

Lion and Sun tile work dating back to the mid 1800’s in Tehran, Iran
The Lion and Sun are one of Iran’s national symbols.

    farsizaban:

    Lion and Sun tile work dating back to the mid 1800’s in Tehran, Iran

    The Lion and Sun are one of Iran’s national symbols.

    Reblogged from: buddhabrot
  8. rhomeporium:

    A mother’s worst nightmare.

    Reblogged from: chauvinistsushi
  9. just become softler

    more permeable

  10. crimson-twinkie:

    Everyone is so earnestly living their lives.

    It’s adorable

    Reblogged from: crimson-twinkie
  11. Understanding that people are always a worse version of who they want to be is a way of loving them.
    Spencer Madsen, from You Can Make Anything Sad (Publishing Genius Press, 04.14)
    Reblogged from: pourcupinegloves
  12. vuls:

    its really hard to take anything seriously when considering the size of the universe 

    Reblogged from: abayapunk
  13. The starting-point of critical elaboration is the consciousness of what one really is, and is ‘knowing thyself’ as a product of the historical processes to date, which has deposited in you an infinity of traces, without leaving an inventory.

    - Antonio Gramsci (via derica)

    archives of the self

    (via hungryghoast)

    Reblogged from: hungryghoast
  14. returnthegayze:

    @DarkMatterRage #TwitterPoetry: LOST IN (TRANS)LATION

    I went home to my family of origin this past week and found every interaction seasoned with politics. I decided to write some short #TwitterPoetry to capture those every day moments of intimacy that often go unnoticed but mean so much for us as queers going home.

    For more poetry and politics follow us on twitter 

    Reblogged from: returnthegayze
  15. internetpoetry:

image macro by waylondo

    internetpoetry:

    image macro by waylondo

    Reblogged from: internetpoetry
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