"Il est grand temps de rallumer les étoiles.”
-Guillaume Apollinaire

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"It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams."

Gabriel García Márquez (RIP April 17, 2014)

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"If it’s both terrifying and amazing then you should definitely pursue it."
Erada  (via beyoncevevo)

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"Coffee: The other vitamin C."

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lavenderskin:

✿✿✿

lavenderskin:

✿✿✿

"It’s a lot easier to be angry at someone than it is to tell them you’re hurt."
Tom Gates (via golden-needle)

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xcesia:

caffeinec:

M O C H A / P O S H

This made me laugh haha

xcesia:

caffeinec:

M O C H A / P O S H

This made me laugh haha

edwardianpromenade:

— A Street Scene in Winter, Copenhagen (1900-01), by Paul Gustave Fischer

edwardianpromenade:

— A Street Scene in Winter, Copenhagen (1900-01), by Paul Gustave Fischer

my-place-of-recovery:

♡

my-place-of-recovery:

toptastic:

A parents expectations

toptastic:

A parents expectations

theparisreview:

“Paper stock and binding glue aside … few can deny that there is something deeply evocative about the sense-memory of a large expanse of assorted, uncurated books—much trash, and often much less treasure—at a library sale or used bookstore. As Farjeon writes, these ‘must all come to dust in some little bookroom or other—and sometimes, by luck, come again for a moment to light.’”
Sadie Stein on Eleanor Farjeon’s The Little Bookroom, winner of the first Hans Christian Andersen Award.

theparisreview:

“Paper stock and binding glue aside … few can deny that there is something deeply evocative about the sense-memory of a large expanse of assorted, uncurated books—much trash, and often much less treasure—at a library sale or used bookstore. As Farjeon writes, these ‘must all come to dust in some little bookroom or other—and sometimes, by luck, come again for a moment to light.’”

Sadie Stein on Eleanor Farjeon’s The Little Bookroom, winner of the first Hans Christian Andersen Award.

"A Japanese legend says that if you can’t sleep at night it’s because you’re awake in someone else’s dream."
Anonymous   (via akkachan)

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phleps:

LIST OF REALLY SUPER CUTE THINGS:

1. you 

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