Listless hours

I look upon a pinhead and I see angels dancing.

“You’re growing up. And rain sort of remains on the branches of a tree that will someday rule the Earth. And it’s good that there is rain. It clears the month of your sorry rainbow expressions, and it clears the streets of the silent armies… so we can dance”

– Jim Carroll - The Basketball Diaries

“To the question whether I am a pessimist or an optimist, I answer that my knowledge is pessimistic, but my willing and hoping are optimistic.”

– Albert Schweitzer

“Reverence for Life says that the only thing we are really sure of is that we live and want to go on living. This is something that we share with everything else that lives, from elephants to blades of grass—and, of course, every human being. So we are brothers and sisters to all living things, and owe to all of them the same care and respect, that we wish for ourselves.”

– Albert Schweitzer

collegecutiepie asked: I would like to make a pun about Philosophy, but I Kant.


I’m very aristartled by this

This is a rather Nietzsche joke, which is bound to Russell some feathers. If people dislike it I offer no Platotudes, but will Kierkegaard the sanctity of the pun. And the fans of the pun should never be torn aBarthes. Descartes this if you will, but it will be to your peril. Philosopher puns have the pun game on Locke.


King Krule “Baby Blue”

my sandpaper sigh engraves a line
into the rust of your tongue
girl i could’ve been someone to you
would have painted the skies blue
baby blue

“And if you’re ever feeling lonely just look at the moon.
Someone, somewhere, is looking right at it too.”

– Night Vale (via koreyan)