I appear defiant because I have something to rebel against, something to be...– Amanda Charchian
Make New Mistakes. Make mistakes nobody’s ever made before– Neil Gaiman’s advice on the creative life. (via gregmelander)
Fashion as a metaphor for sexism
“You’re interested in fashion?” The rhetorical question is pronounced in a high-pitched tone that makes it sound more like “faSHION?” as judgmental eyes run themselves over my clothing as they secretly assess the value (none, obviously) of indulging myself in such a superficial pastime. When we think of fashion, we think of a frivolous, lucrative industry that prides itself in the glorification...
Grammarphobia: Language Myths | Grammarphobia →
Myths about the English language. “The house of grammar has many rooms, and some of them are haunted. Despite the best efforts of grammatical exorcists, the ghosts of dead rules and the spirits of imaginary taboos are still rattling and thumping about the old place.”
I’M GOING TO WRITE AN ESSAY ABOUT YOU SOMEDAY AND NOT CHANGE YOUR NAME– Lena Dunham LOL
Traveling is like flirting with life. It’s like saying, ‘I would stay and love...– Lisa St. Aubin de Terán (via kari-shma)
Being an artist means forever healing your own wounds and at the same time...– Annette Messager (via emaginariumm)
I wasn’t prepared for death. Nobody is. You lose someone you love more than you...– Karen Marie Moning, Shadowfever (via creatingaquietmind)
An open heart is an open mind.– The Dalai Lama (via lazyyogi)
It is to decrease the amount of vulgarity in the world. It is to make the world...– Massimo Vignelli
The greatest problem in the world today is intolerance. Everyone is so...– Princess Diana(via imfantasyparade)
It would not be enough for a poet to have memories,” said Rainer Maria...
Poems are not … simply emotions … they are experiences. For the sake...– The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge