ciao, hola, hello.

"When you wear your heart on your sleeve, make sure your shirt is f'ing dope."

If I could go back and have my same brain as it is right now in the body of a young kid, I would do it entirely different. But I know without a doubt that no one could, if I still had the brain of that kid, you couldn’t tell me nothing.

Earlier this year, Bill Baker — a former inmate at Alcatraz who is now 80 — returned to spend the night in his former cell. (via npr)

You start with looking into your own heart and what your reasons are for wanting to share anything about a past love. And I think you have to be careful that you’re not going to misuse it in some way, that it’s not coming from a, you know, a place of unresolved anger between you and your partner or, you know, some other place where the results might not be that positive.

Holidays You May Have Missed: September 17th was “Past Loves Day” — a day to share romantic memories about your former partner(s) with your current partner. Should you tell your former partner about past loves? 

(via Here and Now)

Always. And everyday.

Always. And everyday.

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Cuteness of the Day: A koala hugging a stuffed koala
You are welcome

I want a hug!

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Cuteness of the Day: A koala hugging a stuffed koala

You are welcome

I want a hug!

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Jeff Bernat - Call You Mine ft. Geologic of Blue Scholars (The Gentleman Approach, 2012)

Hip hop love song

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photojojo:

You’ve already seen how shockingly beautiful out of focus fireworks can be, so now prepare to be even more amazed by the footage above. Stanislas Giroux’s Bokehxplosions is nothing short of amazing.

Bokehxplosions: Footage of Out of Focus Fireworks

via Faith is Torment

Unthought knowns are those things we know about ourselves but forget somehow. These are the dreams we have lost sight of or the truths we sense but don’t say out loud. We may be afraid of acknowledging the unthought known to other people because we are afraid of what they might think. Even more often, we fear what the unthought known will then mean for ourselves and our lives.

"Defining Decade"

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