Submit to love without thinking, as the sun rose this morning recklessly...– ~Rumi (via semazen) (via clothedinsky) reblogging for my star-candle mind…
Does Falling in Love Make Us More Creative? →
psychotherapy: sarahspy: A new study demonstrates that thinking about love—but not about sex—causes us to think more “globally,” making it easier to come up with new ideas (via Scientific American)
copycats: Bizarre Love Triangle by Pete Yorn...
In his new movie, Michael Moore calls capitalism evil and argues that it should...– The Whole Point Of Capitalism (via azspot)
Ten Commandments for Peace of Mind
outlaws: justbesplendid: 1. Do Not Interfere In Others’ Business Unless Asked. 2. Forgive And Forget. 3. Do Not Crave For Recognition. 4. Do Not Be Jealous. 5. Change Yourself According To The Environment. 6. Endure What Cannot Be Cured. 7. Do Not Bite Off More Than You Can Chew. 8. Meditate Regularly. 9. Never Leave The Mind Vacant. 10. Do Not Procrastinate And Never Regret.
Then summer fades and passes and October comes. We’ll smell smoke then, and feel...– Thomas Wolfe (via amplequotes)
Never lie, steal, cheat, or drink But if you must lie, lie in the arms of the...– ~ Hitch (via gatekeeper) (via myfengshuilife) (via titleuntitled)
A word to the wise ain’t necessary - it’s the stupid ones that need the advice.– Bill Cosby (via littlemiss) (via saywhaaaaat) (via chicarosa) (via titleuntitled)
Art cannot be modern. Art is primordially eternal.– – Egon Schiele
Got Pain? Take Two Photos of Your Loved One and... →
psychotherapy: …The study, published in the journal Psychological Science, investigated whether the pain-reducing effects of social support can be activated with a photograph of a supporter instead of the real thing. Previous research has demonstrated that activating mental representations of individuals can produce effects similar to the person being there. But in this study researchers wanted...
thebronzemedal: Ani Difranco, Shameless
All good books are alike in that they are truer than if they had really happened...– Ernest Hemingway in Esquire, December 1934 (via jessicalindsey: mikhailovna: sabine:asprettyasasong) (via somethingchanged) (via maybeitsallok)