fortuneflux:

If the government doesn’t trust the people, why doesn’t it dissolve them
and elect a new people?

(via bwansen)

Symbols shmimbols. Sure they’re important but… Well look at Ahab’s whale. Now there’s a great symbol. Some say it stands for god, meaning, and purpose. Others say it stands for purposelessness and the void. But what we sometimes forget is that Ahab’s whale was also just a whale.

House of Leaves

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hoominarystew:

cosmofilius:

separation is such an illusion. we are one

(Source: berrym)

that relatable feeling when

windowedxp:

you are a kind and benevolent god radiating beauty and light

(via oddpup)

Your mind is software.
PROGRAM IT.
Your body is a shell.
CHANGE IT.
Death is a disease.
CURE IT.
Extinction is approaching.
FIGHT IT.

tree-faun:

Extracts from “Zen Without Zen Masters" by Camden Benares

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the-way-of-easy-life:

dudeism rules.

the-way-of-easy-life:

dudeism rules.

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realrightrick:

Relevant

realrightrick:

Relevant

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Fungi have as much right to life as I do. They know what they want, Bill. Damned if I do anymore.

Vonnegut, Kurt. “Breakfast of champions.” (via reflectualisms)

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The heartbreaking necessity of lying about reality and the heartbreaking impossibility of lying about it.

Kurt Vonnegut, Cat’s Cradle (via bribrina)

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We’ve all been raised on television to believe that one day we’d all be millionaires, and movie gods, and rock stars. But we won’t. And we’re slowly learning that fact. And we’re very, very pissed off.

Chuck Palahniuk, Fight Club

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fortuneflux:

Langsam’s Laws:
(1) Everything depends.
(2) Nothing is always.
(3) Everything is sometimes.

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thecrow-thecorpse:

zygoats:

im literally always looking at my reflection not because im conceited but because i just think it feels kind strange to have a physical form and im constantly trying to process who and what i am

This. Someone put into words.

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