"There are Seven Deadly Social Sins:
Politics without principle.
Wealth without work.
Commerce without morality.
Pleasure without conscience.
Education without character.
Science without humility.
Worship without sacrifice."

— Mahatma Gandhi (via purplebuddhaproject)


"I didn’t say “I love you” to hear it back. I said it to make sure you knew."

— Unknown (via knee-deep-in-clunge-mate)

(Source: blk-yeezus, via mccracken-is-whats-crackin)



Mom. I fucking miss you.



I want to buy a bicycle, and bike 14 miles a day to and from work.

I want to take the bus to get my groceries, and save money and plan ahead by not having the lazy, indulgent, greedy convenience of a car.

I am getting so tired of this world, and this life, full of materials and things and wants and just. pure. shit.

Straight up bullshit.

It’s so fucking heavy, and I don’t have the patience for people who are weighed down buy all of this shit.

I am losing the desire to allow all of this shit to weigh me down.

But a car is also my freedom. And my way of being able to constantly run.

So I think I’m going to junk my car.

And save up for a new one,

So that I can runaway again when my year here is served.






"I found myself wishing for a real ailment, found myself longing to be a junkie or a cokehead or something- something real. If only it were a matter of keeping me away from my bad habits, how much easier it would all be….getting help for substance abuse can be reduced to the deceptively simple focus of keeping away from the dope. But what does getting help with depression mean? Learning to keep away from your own mind?"

— Elizabeth Wurtzel, Prozac Nation


You did it to yourself,

Just remember that.

When you’re too tired for me,

Because you’re always working,

Just remember that I don’t want your fucking money,

I want your time.

And remember that while you’re chasing paper,

I’m doing my best to make good use of each grain of salt

That is passing down the hourglass,

And you left me to do it without you.




Celestial Ride ~ Salvador Dali






So, remind me what we’re teaching young girls and boys today?