The world didn’t get worse, homie, your eyes just got wider.

fuckin deep ass top comment on youtube (via perfect)

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Buddhism is atheistic in the sense that a creator God is not accepted; rather, Buddhism presents a view of self-creation, that one’s own actions create one’s life situations. In this light, it has been said that Buddhism is not a religion, but a science of the mind.

His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso  (via chellybellygomez)

The axe forgets; the tree remembers.

African proverb (via mudwerks)

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There’s a poisonous double standard in our society which says that it’s reverse-sexist and wrong for women to feel threatened by creepy-awkward male behaviour because our fear implies that we hold the negative, stereotypical view that All Men Are Predators, but that if we’re raped or sexually assaulted by any man with whom we’ve had prior social interaction – and particularly if he’s expressed some sexual or romantic interest in us during that time – it’s reasonable for observers to ask what precautions we took to prevent the assault from happening, or to suggest that we maybe led the guy on by not stating our feelings plainly. The result is a situation where women are punished if we reject, avoid or identify creepy men, and then told it’s our fault if we’re assaulted by someone we plainly ought to have rejected, avoided, identified.

The Creepiness Question (via birdsy-purplefishes)

It’s weird to feel like you miss someone you’re not even sure you know.

David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest  (via lovebug)

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