“And listeners, Night Vale is an ancient place, full of history and secrets…as we were reminded today. But it is also a place of the present moment, full of life, and of us. If you can hear my voice speaking live, then you know: we are not history yet. We are happening now. How miraculous is that. Goodnight, listeners. Goodnight.”
— from “PTA Meeting” (ep. 4) of Welcome to Night Vale (via burningtulle)
4:32 am • 15 July 2014 • 10 notes
Vincent klaut mal wieder die Sonnenblumen, Gerhard Glück
1:42 pm • 11 July 2014 • 32 notes
Quint Buchholz - Paar Im Boot (Couple in boat)
12:20 pm • 11 July 2014
My joy likes to run from my body
quick as it can.
I’ve been practicing holding it
like I practice holding my breath at the pool.
I can do about half a lap
before my panic freaks out
on its little red whistle.
My panic is not a lifeguard
but you can’t tell my panic that.
My panic googled “how to perform CPR on yourself.”
12:35 am • 8 July 2014 • 1,227 notes
New College of Florida/The Ringling Museum by the Sarasota Bay
(Source: beccaccavo, via water-veiled)
9:32 pm • 30 June 2014 • 76 notes
“The other shoe is going to drop. Hard things are going to happen. Practicing for that, planning that, it won’t change that, and it will not hurt any less. But it’s our tolerance for vulnerability that really dictates how joyful of a life that we can lead.”
— Brené Brown (via thehousewelivein)
2:55 pm • 29 June 2014 • 5 notes
“Joy is the most vulnerable emotion we experience, and if you cannot tolerate joy, what you do is you start dress rehearsing tragedy.”
— Dr Brene Brown (via debbieyd)
2:55 pm • 29 June 2014 • 7 notes
White Daisy Passing - Rocky Votolato
I’m going down to sleep on the bottom of the ocean
because I couldn’t let go when the water hit the setting sun
because I couldn’t let go of a passing moment gone
2:13 pm • 25 June 2014 • 354 notes
so i’m clearly not wanting to pack
11:34 am • 25 May 2014 • 16 notes
“This being human is a guest house.
Every morning a new arrival.
A joy, a depression, a meanness,
some momentary awareness comes
as an unexpected visitor.
Welcome and entertain them all!
Even if they’re a crowd of sorrows,
who violently sweep your house
empty of its furniture,
still, treat each guest honorably.
He may be clearing you out
for some new delight.
The dark thought, the shame, the malice,
meet them at the door laughing,
and invite them in.
Be grateful for whatever comes,
because each has been sent
as a guide from beyond.”
12:10 am • 23 May 2014 • 1 note