"It drags you down, this life. You’re surrounded by crackpots, nothing but crackpots; you live with them for two, three years and, little by little, without noticing it, you turn into a crackpot yourself."

Uncle Vanya, Anton Chekhov (via ivankaramazovs)

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"Woman. Do not wait for a poet. You are already poetry."

A little spray paint and a dead wall can shake you up. Lessons learned in Bogotá.

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Gage Wallace - “How We Have Learned To Love”

"This is how we have learned to love. Texting each other pictures of our bodies. When we share a bed, we only know how to touch ourselves."

No wonder this guy won the Valentine’s Day tournament.



An artist with Alzheimer’s drawing self-portraits.

Terrible, frightening disease.

this is one of the saddest things ever.

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The sky above

Umbrellas, sculpture by Georgios Zongolopoulos.

Available for purchase as fine art print on Redbubble.

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"Life beats down and crushes the soul and art reminds you that you have one."

positivity, my life