Never discourage anyone who continually makes progress, no matter how slow. — Plato (via soundswithahueofemerald)
(Source: onceuponabeat, via 3-26)
(Source: churchofkatemoss, via misantropas)
Rita Miljo - an incredible woman who saved thousands of baby baboons and reintroduced them into the wild, until her death in July 2012, at 81 years old.
After I met you,
I started dreaming in colors.
And that’s saying a lot
for someone who’s only known
what it feels like
to live in the dark. — "Colorblind," from Connotativewords (via apoetreflects)
(Source: connotativewords, via fables-of-the-reconstruction)
It’s better to have nobody, than to have someone who is half there, or doesn’t want to be there. — (via psych-facts)
Today, we live in an ocean with enormous waves of status obsession, materialism, vanity, ego, and consumerism. Our very lives have become defined not by our productive thoughts, social contributions, and good will, but by a superficial, delusional set of associations, where the very fabric of our society now radiates with cheap romanticisms, connected to vain competition, conspicuous consumption, and neurotic addictions, often related to physical beauty, status, and superficial wealth. In effect, social conformity masquerading as individualism, with the virtues of balance, intelligence, peace, public health, and true creativity left to rot on the sidelines. — Peter Joseph, Culture In Decline episode #3: “C.V.D.” (via learned—helplessness)
Sometimes someone says something really small and it just fits right into this empty place in your heart. — Unknown (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)