1. “This cosmic dance of bursting decadence and withheld permissions twists all our arms collectively. But, if sweetness can win—and it can—then I’ll still be here tomorrow, to high five you, yesterday, my friend. Peace.”  - The Royal Tart Toter

    Such strange, blissful times lately - settlng into a kickass job (a blessing of a job, really), getting to know some choice individuals, making lots and lots and lots of mistakes, all while getting ready for the grad march and trying to cultivate roots. It’s truly been, pardon the pun, an adventure time.

    God, how the lines between feeling like an adult and feeling like a child are skewed. The feeling of being so young, so damn young, lingers over me as I try to mold time - as I try to mold to the vastness of time - as I stop and gape at the expanse of life ahead of me. 

  2. sirmitchell:

Hang in there!

    sirmitchell:

    Hang in there!

  3. In time, all of science will come to be a continuum of description, an explanation of networks, of principles and laws. That’s why you need to not just be training in one specialty, but also acquire breadth in other fields, related to and even distant from your own initial choice. Keep your eyes lifted and your head turning. The search for knowledge is in our genes.

    […]

    In science and all its applications, what is crucial is not that technical ability, but it is imagination in all of its applications.

    E.O. Wilson's advice to young scientists, also applicable to just about any field, but most of all to the ethos of education itself. (via explore-blog)

  4. Ooooooo mmmmm

    Krokodile - King Krule

  5. ajtrela 2012

    ajtrela 2012

  6. Anything that doesn’t take years of your life and drive you to suicide hardly seems worth doing.

    —Cormac McCarthy (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

  7. "Samson" - Brandon Melendez

    Awarded Best Poem at the 2013 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational, and it’s easy to see why. imagery, power of his delivery, the vulnerability, not just in his poetry but in his conviction and courage to recite in such a way. Many thanks to JLew for showing this to me.

Mmmmmm, the little things