I belonged to no one, who belonged to everyone. Who had nothing, who wanted everything.
Reblogged from 1innea, Posted by slightlyterroristic.

I can’t really argue
Reblogged from w-a-v-e, Posted by femun.

"How can someone so charming be so manipulative?"
- Cruel Intentions, 1999.

Your paper brain and your Kindle brain aren't the same thing


“They call it a ‘bi-literate’ brain,” Zoromodi says. “The problem is that many of us have adapted to reading online just too well. And if you don’t use the deep reading part of your brain, you lose the deep reading part of your brain.”

So what’s deep reading? It’s the concentrated kind we do when we want to “immerse ourselves in a novel or read a mortgage document,” Zoromodi says. And that uses the kind of long-established linear reading you don’t typically do on a computer. “Dense text that we really want to understand requires deep reading, and on the internet we don’t do that.”

Reblogged from totallyt1tz, Posted by atypicalhipstaa.

"Growth is painful. Change is painful. But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong."

Mandy Hale (via refined-hype)

(Source: projectunbreakable)

Reblogged from kushandwizdom, Posted by kushandwizdom.
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"September 22. Nothing."

Franz Kafka, Diaries 1914-1923  (via tat-art)
Reblogged from themanicengineer65, Posted by greyandgory.

Coolest thing i’ve seen all week.