What the hell is Water?

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

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Aug 18

maxlibertarios:

poparoll:

TUMBLR NEEDS TO STOP IT’S US-CENTRISM FOR JUST A SEC BECAUSE THE EU:S RACIST AND FASCIST PARTIES DID VERY WELL IN TODAY’S ELECTIONS AND GOT NINETY SEATS IN THE ESTIMATED RESULTS, WHICH IS SIXTY MORE THAN THEY DID IN THE ELECTIONS 2009

"Appeal to emotion by typing in caps and must use the word ‘racism’ in some way"

This is the recipe to a successful tumblr post

Genuine question: Are you aware of the context of this post? 

If not, please do a little research.

If so, why are you not worried in the long term?


Aug 13

Anonymous said: What do you feel bad about?

I picked up on a relationship thing later than I’m comfortable with.


Aug 10

:-/

I still feel bad.


Aug 6

He’s right.

This apartment is cold.


I feel like…

I should be more careful.


Jul 17

See, it’s weird because like

Here is one of those situations that would’ve probably progressed fine on its own, no outside intervention needed, only it would’ve taken more time to come back around, or it might not’ve come back around at all. I don’t know, the point is, I might be wrong (which would actually be kind of a relief), but I feel like in all likelihood I’m right, which means one of the scarier, less talked about aspects of life is rearing it’s head:

A person might try as hard as they can do to the right thing that’s best for themselves and those they love and still end up doing the wrong thing. Pain, misery, sadness and all other “necessary” things could be avoided with enough information or “wisdom” to use the information, but several people simply do not, can not or will not do so and will ultimately make bad decisions despite their best efforts. 

This might seem obvious, but in practice, it’s actually very sad. I guess culturally we kind of believe that if you do your best and try your hardest, you’ll succeed eventually, but this is one of those life things that disprove that completely.

It isn’t true.

You might try your hardest and fail anyway.

That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t try your hardest, only that you should be careful, too.

Probably.


Jul 9

It is six in the morning and I am listening to my first vaporwave album

I have descended


Jul 4

sixpenceee:

SPENT is an online game about surviving poverty and homelessness. Players must make the difficult decisions necessary to live for one month on $1,000, often having to choose between equally disagreeable options. The game ends when players either run out of money before the end of the month or make it through with money left over.

PLAY SPENT HERE

PLAY SPENT HERE

PLAY SPENT HERE

Wow.

(via gonnagocrynowokay)


Jun 27

Something I heard someone say

The entire world is running on lies. Politicians, the magazines with pretty girls on it, cheaters in relationships, friends who aren’t really friends, tax evasion etc.
As a matter of fact, you are expected to lie in some situations to either get yourself out of a sticky situation or just make things easier on people
However, this is wrong.
There are a small percent, small and tiny, that believe in more than easy
America believes in easy. The western world believes in easy. I believe in what’s right.
I believe in founding dreams that people truly attempt to go forth with their entire soul and being, and die happy even if not accomplished.
I believe in telling the truth, and fucking yourself over, but telling the truth regardless because it’s the right thing to do.
Strength is not born with. Strength is not talent. Strength is trained.
Strength is something that you can see in the far off distance and run towards, if you have the directions.
You want it. You think of it as something other people have and desireable, but never something you could have. This is wrong. Don’t make it a dream.
Make it a goal.
Start with honesty. Screw the social rules every once in a bit, and actually delve deep inside yourself to find your own opinions and say them, because you’re probably right.
Now, if you do this correctly, you’re going to notice yourself feeling more in tune with yourself.
As soon as you start breaking the rules, bit by bit, you’ll find that you’ll be alive. it’ll be less difficult to get up in the morning. It’ll be easier to sleep with a smile a night. Everything will seem like you could look at it differently instead of the one way society and the world expects you to look at it.
This is your essence. This is the natural you living in the very unnatural world, and getting used to the idea that you are not, indeed, a statistic, or a russian person, or your family heritage, or your grades, your the worlds opinions of you
You are yourself.
No one else. And the fun thing about being yourself? is that you can decide who you want to be, and mold yourself into that.
This is what being in tune with feelings means. What’s right for you is what is right for your world. Only you live in your world, and the rest of us are it’s inhabitants. Don’t get sucked up in someone else’s world. Live in your own.
- Shiro.

Jun 26

Jun 24

this doesn’t happen often

but i’m feeling a little overwhelmed


Jun 7

neoliberalismkills:

Do you ever get into an argument with someone and find yourself unable to speak for a moment because you’re just so blown away by how utterly wrong and ignorant the other person is being and you can’t understand how anyone could actually believe the things they are saying

Full Circle.


Jun 3

Jun 2

So I loved this.

What about you?

Note: This isn’t to say that being aware of things or that boycotting things is bad, just that one has a lot of things to analyze when justice goes to it’s natural conclusion.


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