Trying to reason your way out of having pissed someone off is a natural urge, because it’s rooted in trying to fix a mistake. … We didn’t mean anything cruel, so no one should be upset — only there is no situation in the world where what we mean to do is more important than what we did. … Good intentions mean exactly dick if you’re too incompetent to do anything with them.

natashakline:

For all those who grieve… Keep going. xoxo

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the royal tenenbaums

before i ever smoked, i thought margot smoking was the coolest thing in the world. as i started smoking, i noticed that i smoked just like she did, with the two fingers that released the cig just as you inhale. idk if i still do it, but i just wish i didn’t smoke anymore :(

the royal tenenbaums

before i ever smoked, i thought margot smoking was the coolest thing in the world. as i started smoking, i noticed that i smoked just like she did, with the two fingers that released the cig just as you inhale. idk if i still do it, but i just wish i didn’t smoke anymore :(

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herewecollide:

There will be moments when the drought of joy seems unending, instances spent pretending that everything is alright when it clearly is not; check your blind spot. See that love is still there, be patient. Every nightmare has a beginning, but every bad day has an end. Ignore what others have called you; I am calling you friend.” 

— “Instructions for a Bad Day,” by spoken word poet Shane Koyczan

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Eccentricity has always abounded when and where strength of character has abounded; and the amount of eccentricity in a society has generally been proportional to the amount of genius, mental vigor, and moral courage which it contained. That so few now dare to be eccentric, marks the chief danger of the time.


To This Day Project - Shane Koyczan (by Shane Koyczan)