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I would like to be able to gently drift in and out of existence when I wanted to.
by Henry Rollins, Solipsist   (via unmaiden)

(Source: wordsnquotes, via ffitzgerald)

softerworld:

A Softer World: 1143
(come on in, the waters of oblivion are warm!)
buy this print
rahzzah:

Beyond Belief by Rahzzah
Who cares what evil lurks in the hearts of men?
http://www.nerdist.com/podcast_channel/thrilling-adventure-hour-channel/

(Source: whiterainbows, via watsonly)


Gregory Peck between scenes of To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

daddymymouthisfullofstars:

Happy Birthday to the one true gentleman of comedy Paul F. Tompkins. 
(September 12, 1968)

datsrad:

I just saved this bby new born deer. and I’m crying bc it kept following me.

(via lackl0ngafter)

All of Robin Williams’ greatest roles were about trying to reach people, getting through to them, listening and understanding what they are going through. His best roles were those of the mentor, advisor, listener. Most of his films had the ultimate message that there is no shame in asking for help, and that there is only honor in giving it. Please remember that part of his legacy. Remember that depression is a serious, terrible thing and that no one should have to go through it alone.

Listen to each other, help each other, love each other, goddammit.


by My friend, Martin, on his Facebook (via scatter—the—nuns)

(via star--sweeper)