1. nevver:

    Searching, Jeremy Miranda

    (Source: biblioklept.org)

     

  2. "Music melts all the separate parts of our bodies together."
    — Anaïs Nin (via rainysolitude)
     
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  4. "Mostly it is loss which teaches us about the worth of things."
    — Arthur Schopenhauer (via theepitomeofnonchalance)

    (Source: princess-being, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

     
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  6. We Are One Beating Heart- Tyler Lyle

    Verse

    The wisdom of a five year old

    When he thinks about one thing, he thinks about one thing

    And how his heart could just explode

    I know that burning, I know that yearning too

    The wisdom of 24

    When he thinks about one thing, he thinks about her

    Now he’s not so self assured 

    Brother, I know that world view, I seen that girl too

    Pre-Chorus

    I remember the stars growing up in Georgia

    They don’t shine as bright tonight in California

    But I’ve walked a thousand miles and

    I’ve been a thousand people in this life

    In this light

    Chrous

    And the only thing I’ll ever know

    Is life is bigger than we are

    Mending and breaking and radiating

    We are one

    We are one beating heart

    Hallelujah goddamn

    Hallelujah I am, just a passenger

    Verse

    The wisdom of my old man the carpenter

    When he thinks about one thing, he thinks about all things

    Love and symmetry and form

    I’ll build my own house on my father’s old house

    A thousand voices in this Tide

    Some are your and some are mine

    Won’t you wade with me in the water

    Where I feel my grandfather, I feel my granddaughter

    Pre-Chorus

    I remember the stars growing up in Georgia

    They don’t shine as bright tonight in California

    But I’ve walked a thousand miles and

    I’ve been a thousand people in this life

    In this light

    Chorus

    And the only thing I’ll ever know

    Is life is bigger than we are

    Mending and breaking and radiating

    We are one

    We are one beating heart

    Hallelujah goddamn

    Hallelujah I am, just a passenger

    Bridge

    We forget then we remember

    We hold on till we surrender

    We forget then we remember

    If the heart will turn, the heart will turn the heart will turn again

    Verse

    The wisdom of a falling star

    I am a stagehand, in a play that

    I will never understand

    But I’ve seen the sunset

    and I have no regrets

    Chorus

    The only thing I’ll ever know

    Is life is bigger than we are

    Mending and breaking and radiating

    We are one beating

    We are one

    We are one beating heart

    And hallelujah goddamn

    Hallelujah I am, just a passenger

     

     
  7. artofalbumcovers:

    Neutral Milk Hotel - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

    From a old European postcard

    Sample

     

  8. "Do what you love. Know your own bone; gnaw at it, bury it, unearth it, and gnaw it still."
    — Henry David Thoreau (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

    (via inchesgiven)

     
  9. daviddelruelle:

    "Unhealable" Collaboration with Laurent Molet http://laurentmolet.com

    (via oxane)

     
  10. Alan Watts. 

    Mostly tubes. 

     
     

  11. "What’s-Her-Name said I was a good listener."
    — Alex Baze (via theories-of)
     
  12. explore-blog:

    Kierkegaard was anti-wiseman man par excellence. 

    Slavoj Žižek, everybody’s favorite contrarian philosopher, against wisdom, in conversation with the New York Public Library’s Paul Holdengräber.

    Tolstoy would’ve rolled his eyes.

     
     
  13. questionableadvice:

    ~ Etiquette at College, by Nellie Ballou, 1925

    (via darksilenceinsuburbia)

     
  14. incidentalcomics:

    Conflict in Literature

     
  15. brettandrewmiotti:

    I haven’t printed in a while, but here’s the first layer of something new and fun for @tylerlyle. (at Bingham St.)