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“The Way, Way Back” Portraits - 2013 Sundance Film Festival

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Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom

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“Do you hear the people sing? Say, do you hear the distant drums? This is the future that we bring when tomorrow comes….”

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It’s a New Year and with it comes a fresh opportunity to shape our world.

So this is my wish, a wish for me as much as it is a wish for you: in the world to come, let us be brave – let us walk into the dark without fear, and step into the unknown with smiles on our faces, even if we’re faking them.

And whatever happens to us, whatever we make, whatever we learn, let us take joy in it. We can find joy in the world if it’s joy we’re looking for, we can take joy in the act of creation.

So that is my wish for you, and for me. Bravery and joy.

Neil Gaiman, 12/31/2012 (via awesem)

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“The worst thing to call somebody is crazy. It’s dismissive…’I don’t understand this person, so they’re crazy.’ That’s bullshit.”

I agree with Dave, crazy is a word often used to ignore any real problem that that person may have, or used to explain their the actions of someone we don’t agree with.  But it’s very dismissive, and it accomplishes nothing.


It’s also used to mean “you are bad for acting this way”. It is ableist and ignores the fact that mental illness doesn’t make a person bad or evil.

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women of the buffyverse

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Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use. Earl Nightingale (via tobeginwhereiam)

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