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Jul 5, 2014

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The life of every individual is really always a tragedy, but gone through in detail, it has the character of a comedy.
Arthur Schopenhauer (via feellng)
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Nature shows that with the growth of intelligence comes increased capacity for pain, and it is only with the highest degree of intelligence that suffering reaches its supreme point.
Arthur Schopenhauer (via blackestdespondency)

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I saw that my life was a vast glowing empty page and I could do anything I wanted.
Jack Kerouac (via feellng)
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The Dance of Death from The Seventh Seal/Det Sjunde Inseglet (1957) Directed by Ingmar Bergman
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The Dance of Death from The Seventh Seal/Det Sjunde Inseglet (1957) Directed by Ingmar Bergman

colourthysoul:

Gustave Courbet - The Artist on the seashore at Palavas (1854)
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colourthysoul:

Gustave Courbet - The Artist on the seashore at Palavas (1854)

The obsession with suicide is characteristic of the man who can neither live nor die, and whose attention never swerves from this double impossibility.
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“If I were to be totally sincere, I would say that I do not know why I live and why I do not stop living. The answer probably lies in the irrational character of life which maintains itself without reason.”
― Emil Cioran, On the Heights of Despair
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I dream of a language whose words, like fists, would fracture jaws.
E.M. Cioran, Strangled Thoughts (via uhhhhhhhhhhhhhh)
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[I]magine a somewhat peculiar dictionary entry for the word reader. Instead of referring one to the verb with a phrase like “someone who reads,” it says, “you at this moment.” That’s all.
Jacques Derrida, “Reading Between the Blinds,” A Derrida Reader (via heteroglossia)
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slojnotak:

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn - Portrait of a Woman (1632)
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slojnotak:

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn - Portrait of a Woman (1632)

You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.
Albert Camus (via feellng)
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“The best antidote I know for worry is work. The best cure for weariness is the challenge of helping someone who is even more tired. One of the great ironies of life is this: he or she who serves almost always benefits more than he or she who is served.”

—Gordon B. Hinckley (1910-2008);

Gordon B. Hinckley (1910-2008); (via strivingtounderstandourpurpose)

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You see, there are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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nevver:

Submerge
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