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the most frightening thing in the world is that so many people exist and every person has all of their own intricacies and faults and beauties and quirks and precious details and they all have complex histories and futures but there are so many people in the world that you will hardly make a dent in knowing or understanding even a tiny fraction of them in your own life

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Ugh yes I love when I’m talking to people nod they randomly say my name. I’ve started doing this, especially when saying hey or bye cause it’s just so damn fun to watch people’s expressions as you say their name. It makes the interaction seem more intimate in a way..



I actually really love it when someone remembers small details and quirks about me or addresses me by my name at unexpected times like at the end of a sentence and I don’t know why but I just really, really do.


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good lord

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Anonymous asked: All of Clarkstown South's Class of 2010 thinks you are a freak and a horrible human being. You are selfish and closed-minded.

Really though..what to even say to this…

One thing that crosses my mind is something that rings true in my life. When there’s an aspect of myself I’m uncomfortable and self conscious about (whether perceived “positive” or “negative”, so experiencing feelings of jealousy or disgust) and I observe it in another person, I find it easy to dislike them. My perception of others is a mirror to myself.

The world would be a terribly awful place if we were all here to do the same thing, trying to be the same person

"I do my thing and you do your thing.

I am not in this world to live up to your expectations

And you are not in this world to live up to mine

You are you, and I am I

And if by chance we meet, it’s beautiful

If not, then it can’t be helped”

If you have a need to continue and attempt to belittle me, then I sincerely encourage you to satisfy your needs. For I’m inspired by those who are honest about their needs and vocalize the feelings behind them. I hope asking this question provided you with satisfaction and peace of mind, anonymous. 

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Anonymous asked: Are you a gremlin? Do you eat people's feet?

Lol, what to even say to this?

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"The mythologist Joseph Campbell, in a series of conversations with Bill Moyers, draws attention to the significance of the last line of Sinclair Lewis’s novel Babbit: "I have never done the thing that I wanted in all my life." Campbell comments: "That is a man who never followed his bliss… You may have been a success in life, but then just think of it — what kind of life was it? What good was it — you’ve never done the thing you always wanted to do in all your life. I always tell my students, go where your body and soul want to go. When you have the feeling, then stay with it, and don’t let anyone throw you off… No one can tell you what it is going to be. You have to learn to recognize your own depths."

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but really…this book goes everywhere with me


i think women who run with the wolves is the most important book i’ve ever decided to read like i’m making notes in the margins of each page and spending 5 minutes thinking about 1 sentence and healing as i read wherever i go wherever i take this book i am unravelling and mending and growing

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"According to the American Medical Association, doing awful shit and then claiming "IT’S A JOKE/SATIRE!" is the often the first sign of metastatic douchebaggery.

How can a person like you or I, someone who goes out of their way to avoid douchebags, take on a cultural infliction that threatens half of the population? Not with derision, scorn, and shame — those have been scientifically proven to further entrench defensive douchbag behavior in people who are already suffering. No, what douchebags really need is to look in the mirror. So the next time you’re approached by a grinning Axe Body Spray-smelling Abercrombie idiot clutching a microphone asking if he can motorboat you For Breast Cancer, tell him that you’ll gladly allow him to do with your breasts what he will — as long as he reciprocally consents to an on-street prostate exam from the pedestrian of your choice.

It might seem hopeless, but together, we can win this fight.”

A friend posted this earlier, and the tone of the article made me laugh so hard that I had to share :)


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