THIS IS A FUCKING SHAMPOO COMMERCIAL. I CRIED.... →
rainclown: scatteredwords: (via pieces-of-prose) canon in D + deaf girl + violins = instant tears i don’t know if a commercial has ever made me cry like this… except possibly something with endangered animals but still, this…
rd67:magicmolly: Tangerines taste like the kind of food that only exists in children’s book illustrations. You know how, physically speaking, foods have a certain amount of flavor that is distributed throughout their mass? Steak, potatoes, apples, pie—all of these things, though they taste different, provide approximately the same level of sensation in the eating. But not tangerines. Tangerines...
The world is too big for love to be real. There are too many people in the world...– The World is Too Big by Daniel Kitson (via pocahaunted, douglasmartini, darrenbrockes) (via homecoming)
Brain Rules →
azspot: he book follows a simple format - each chapter is a “Brain Rule.” Medina begins by defining what we know about a particular aspect of the brain, and then suggests strategies based on that knowledge that will help our everyday lives. For example, Brain Rule #7 is “Sleep Well, Think Well.” Medina describes findings on the deleterious effects of sleep deprivation (30% drop in cognitive...
After you’ve learned to walk, Tell one thing from another, Your first care as...– Marin Sorescu, Getting Used to Your Name (via thebronzemedal)
In the womb of winter, summer seems a myth…– “Someday” - Brett Dennen
On the tidal mud, just before sunset, dozens of starfishes were creeping. It...– Galway Kinnell, Daybreak (via thebronzemedal)
Make your own Bible. Select and collect all the words and sentences that in all...– Ralph Waldo Emerson (via jennifurmarie) (via aliealiealieee) (via milkdrop) (via rainclown)
'Stoned wallabies make crop circles' - BBC News →
Australian wallabies are eating opium poppies and creating crop circles as they hop around “as high as a kite”, a government official has said.
The rain I am in is not like the rain of cities. It fills the woods with an...– Thomas Merton, Rain and the Rhinocerous (via thebronzemedal)
Wisdom is nothing more than healed pain.– ~ Robert Gary Lee