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"I feel like I didn’t know who I was when I was 15. I don’t feel like you’re who you are for life, not even when you’re 20."

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Home of Howard Slatkin

A New York apartment where every single doorknob, tile and 19th-century silk lampshade is one of a kind designed by him.

(Source: The New York Times)



When you are stuck at the crossroads, both ways doesn’t feel right. What do you do. 



Leaves are on the ground
Fall has come
Blue skies turning grey
Like my love

I tried to carry you
And make you whole
But it was never enough
I must go

[Chorus:]
Who is gonna save you
When I’m gone?
And who’ll watch over you
When I’m gone?

You say you care for me
But hide it well
How can you love someone
And not yourself?

[Chorus]

And when I’m gone
Who will break your fall?
Who will you blame?

I can’t go on
And let you lose it all
It’s more than I can take
Who’ll ease your pain?
Ease your pain

[Chorus:]
Who is gonna save you when I’m gone?
Who’ll watch over you?
Who will give you strength when you’re not strong.
Who’ll watch over you when I’ve gone away?



jonsaystravel:

Florist Smoking, Borough Market, LondonShot with Yashica 635 on Kodak 400TX January 2014

No matter where you’re from, your dreams are valid.
Lupita Nyong’o (via chillymonkeys)


gypsyone:

Porch



You must build your basic mental attitude in a healthy way, like in the case of a healthy body. If the immune system is strong, then some virus or germs can’t disturb you much. So similarly, your mental attitude has to be calm, then if some disturbance comes, even if some negative emotions come, they remain for a very short period. All the emotions remain on the surface, and do not disturb much in depth.
The Dalai Lama (via dalailamaquotes)








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