“La vida no es lo que uno vivió, sino que lo que recuerda, y cómo la recuerda para contarla”.
- Gabriel García Márquez (1982-2014)
We still have your words to remember you by- we’ll miss you
favourite films // moonrise kingdom
Suzy: I always wished I was an orphan. Most of my favorite characters are. I think your lives are more special.
Sam: I love you, but you don’t know what you’re talking about.
always want to be someone else. why?
told your friend that you don’t like yourself that much. why?
you think you are not a likable person. why?
you don’t understand why you don’t like yourself, do you?
would you like to be me for a day? maybe you will think otherwise then.
don’t you know how lucky I feel because I know you.
and then we will just laugh at ourselves,
we feel content.
"The Sixth Station" by Joe Hisaishi. <3
This made me cry, not sure why
Happy Birthday, Mr. Vice President.
This is a pretty graphic video. Watch it if you want, and if not then please just listen to what I have to say here.
Russia is a country (not the only country) that facilitates propagandic organizations that openly commit physical and psychologically violent crimes against LGBT people. These organizations openly attack people because of their sexual orientation. It is wrong, it is disgusting and they have no right to do this. They humiliate a community that has spent decades working against ridiculous stereotypes and towards international equality.
Countries with anti-gay laws facilitate a culture that do harm to LGBT people. They promote an environment where violence is acceptable which it is absolutely not. It makes me physically shake to think that people are persecuted on a global scale simply because of who they are.
Though the olympics are for sport, they have always been a place for government propaganda and ultimately a warped representation of the hosting country. As you watch Sochi 2014 I encourage you to remember that Russia wasted $50 billion to show us that they’re a deserving world leader and yet LGBT people are being forced to admit their own humiliation and shame through viral video. I also encourage you to remember that their political leader is trying to create a homophobic culture that could very obviously become successful if it isn’t already.
oh my god
THIS IS NOT OKAY!
January 10th is Alaska Young Day, celebrated by fans of Looking for Alaska. (Alaska and her mom went to the zoo on January 9th.)
Every year on January 10th, I see white flowers on my dashboard and I burst into tears.