MySTRyCHKN
What’s the kindest thing you almost did? Is your fear of insomnia stronger than your fear of what awoke you? Are bonsai cruel? Do you love what you love, or just the feeling? Your earliest memories: do you look through your young eyes, or look at your young self? Which feels worse: to know that there are people who do more with less talent, or that there are people with more talent? Do you walk on moving walkways? Should it make any difference that you knew it was wrong as you were doing it? Would you trade actual intelligence for the perception of being smarter? Why does it bother you when someone at the next table is having a conversation on a cell phone? How many years of your life would you trade for the greatest month of your life? What would you tell your father, if it were possible? Which is changing faster, your body, or your mind? Is it cruel to tell an old person his prognosis? Are you in any way angry at your phone? When you pass a storefront, do you look at what’s inside, look at your reflection, or neither? Is there anything you would die for if no one could ever know you died for it? If you could be assured that money wouldn’t make you any small bit happier, would you still want more money? What has been irrevocably spoiled for you? If your deepest secret became public, would you be forgiven? Is your best friend your kindest friend? Is it in any way cruel to give a dog a name? Is there anything you feel a need to confess? You know it’s a “murder of crows” and a “wake of buzzards” but it’s a what of ravens, again? What is it about death that you’re afraid of? How does it make you feel to know that it’s an “unkindness of ravens”?

 

"Two Minute Personality Test" by Jonathan Safran Foer

(via birdonaleash)

Don’t marry a man unless you would be proud to have a son exactly like him.
Unknown (via capecodcollegiate)

thegoldenageof-grotesque:

criysto:

Single in the womb, single till the tomb. 

I reblogged this laughing cause I thought I could relate but I forgot for a second that I was a twin

The stereotype of the “strong black women” has been damaging to black women in more ways than I can count. It perpetuates this idea that black women are supposed to be able to handle anything and do it in humble silence. It stunts the range of emotion we are allowed to express for fear of not living up to the standard, of being deemed weak

- MM (via marfmellow)

please don’t call me strong and that i’ll get through it when i’m venting to you for this reason, anything but that will do

(via brooklynwaste)

May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you’re wonderful, and don’t forget to make some art — write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.
Neil Gaiman (via kushandwizdom)
thetygre:

Suki by ~TeaInK
It’s never too late to be what you might have been.