“What I miss the most about him is the way he used to lie down next to me at night, sometimes his arm would stretch along my chest and I couldn’t move. I even held my breath. But I felt safe, complete. And I miss the way he was whistling walking down the street and every time I do something I think of what he would say, ‘well it’s cold today, wear a scarf’. But lately I have been forgetting little things, he is sort of fading and I am starting to forget him and it’s like losing him again. So sometimes, I make myself remember every detail of his face, the exact color of his eyes, his lips, his cheeks, the texture of his skin, his hair that was all gone by the time he went. And sometimes, not always, but sometimes I actually see him. It’s as if a cloud moves away and he is there, I could almost touch him but then the real world rushes in and he vanishes again. Well I did this every morning when the sun was not too bright outside, the sun somehow makes him vanish, as he appears and he disappears like a sunrise and sunset or anything so ephemeral, just like our life we appear and we disappear and we are so important to some, but we are just passing through.”
- Before Midnight
For me, traveling and living are the same. How you travel is a symbol of your life.
— Diane von Furstenberg (via inevitably)
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Obligatory reblog for today.
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September 30, 2013 at 10:42pm
October knew, of course… “It is simply a matter,” he explained to April, “of finding a sunny place in a garden, where the light is golden and the grass is soft; somewhere to rest, to stop reading and to be content.”
The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us — there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation of a distant memory, as if we were falling from a great height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteries.
— Carl Sagan’s Cosmos premiered on September 27, 1980 – celebrate its legacy with Sagan’s timelessly moving opening monologue, then complement with Sagan on the meaning of life. (via explore-blog)
How much you want something is directly proportional to the speed of your efforts in making it happen. Yes, all external blocks considered.
September 21, 2013 at 12:37pm
Anonymous asked: Why did you leave without notice?
I’m kinda bad with goodbyes. But hey, I’ll be back real soon!
Extremely awesome behind the scenes images of Star Wars over at imgur.
I scrolled through these with a huge smile on my face.
h/t The Verge.
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