Anna. 23. Canadian. McMaster. A child of the universe.

 

langleav:

unheardlittlevoice:

Lullabies, Lang Leav

Thanks for posting this lovely xo Lang
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My new book Lullabies is now available via Amazon, BN.com + The Book Depository and bookstores worldwide.

langleav:

unheardlittlevoice:

Lullabies, Lang Leav

Thanks for posting this lovely xo Lang

…………….

My new book Lullabies is now available via Amazon, BN.com The Book Depository and bookstores worldwide.

There are tears which pierce through the earth and rise as stars in other skies. I wonder who has wept our stars?

E.M. Cioran  (via the-beauty-in-the-imperfections)

(Source: invisiblestories)

Why do people have to be this lonely?
What’s the point of it all?
Millions of people in this world,
All of them yearning,
Looking to others to satisfy them,
Yet isolating themselves.
Why?
Was the earth put here just to nourish human loneliness?

Haruki Murakami (From the book: Sputnik Sweetheart)

My yearning to you is not bearable.
I’m trying to describe my feelings,
but feelings are
indescribable.
I wish I could get back to the past,
or fast forward to the future.
I belong to
where you are.
I can not handle this anymore.
I need you by
my side,
because I can not do it alone.

10th March, Yearning, Hadeia Adel. (via hello-hadeia-nour)

I crave you
I crave your touch, making me feel like I’m being electrocuted in the best way possible.
I crave your lust-filled eyes looking at me with the conviction that I am the only being worth conquering in this universe.
I crave your laugh; so simple yet mesmerizing, making me feel things I never thought could be felt.
I crave your smile, lighting up my world as if I am surrounded by a million suns.
passionately and wholeheartedly, I crave you.

I’m acting normal but I think you’re starting to catch on (via lucifers-playtoy)

There is a space between man’s imagination and man’s attainment that may only be traversed by his longing.

Kahlil Gibran (via itsquoted)

x3tuls:genibaby:

348717:

educational-gifs:

How pregnancy shifts and moves the mother’s internal organs to make room for the baby. Interactive Flash source here.

This shit cray

Something I wish to experience

I hope I’m blessed one day

x3tuls:

genibaby:

348717:

educational-gifs:

How pregnancy shifts and moves the mother’s internal organs to make room for the baby. Interactive Flash source here.

This shit cray

Something I wish to experience

I hope I’m blessed one day

Last night I wept. I wept because the process by which I have become woman was painful. I wept because I was no longer a child with a child’s blind faith. I wept because my eyes were opened to reality… I wept because I could not believe anymore and I love to believe. I can still love passionately without believing. That means I love humanly. I wept because I have lost my pain and I am not yet accustomed to its absence.

Anaïs Nin (via thequotehaven)

jtotheizzoe:The environmental impact of oysters, in one photo
The water in both tanks came from the same source. The one on the right has bivalves. Not only do oysters naturally filter the waters in which they live, they can even protect humans from destructive hurricanes. For more, read about New York’s efforts to bring back oyster populations in the once-toxic Hudson River.
Delicious AND helpful. Who knew?
(photo via Steve Vilnit on Twitter)

jtotheizzoe:

The environmental impact of oysters, in one photo

The water in both tanks came from the same source. The one on the right has bivalves. Not only do oysters naturally filter the waters in which they live, they can even protect humans from destructive hurricanes. For more, read about New York’s efforts to bring back oyster populations in the once-toxic Hudson River.

Delicious AND helpful. Who knew?

(photo via Steve Vilnit on Twitter)

I remember your collarbone, forming the tiniest
satellite dish in the universe, your smile
as the place where parallel lines inevitably crossed.

I remember your eyes: fifty attack dogs on a single leash,
how I once held the soft audience of your hand.

I’ve been ignored by prettier women than you,
but none who carried the heavy pitchers of silence
so far, without spilling a drop.

Jeffrey McDaniel, “Letter to the Woman Who Stopped Writing Me Back” (via feellng)

Human beings do not grow in perfect symmetry. They oscillate, expand, contract, back track, arrest themselves, retrogress, mobilize, atrophy in part, proceed erratically according to experience and traumas. Some aspects of the personality mature, others do not. Some live in the past, some in the present. Some people are futuristic characters, some are cubistic, some are hard-edged, some geometric, some abstract, some impressionistic, some surrealistic! Some of their insights remain relative, and we can no longer think of a character as good or bad, but a combination of characteristics which vary according to relationship and the point in time. We know now that we are composites in reality, collages of our fathers and mothers, of what we read, of television influences and films, of friends and associates, and we know we often play roles quite removed from our genuine selves.

theglasschild:

do you ever cook something in the microwave but it’s still really cold in the middle and you just keep eating it instead of heating it longer because life is pointless and entropy is unavoidable and the universe is filled with callous and casual destruction

(Source: booeste)

victoriousvocabulary:LEDERE
[verb] 
1. to hurt; infringe.
2. to injure, damage.
Etymology: Italian, from Latin laedere, present active infinitive of laedō, “I strike, hurt”.
[Ashley Mackenzie]

victoriousvocabulary:

LEDERE

[verb]

1. to hurt; infringe.

2. to injure, damage.

Etymology: Italian, from Latin laedere, present active infinitive of laedō, “I strike, hurt”.

[Ashley Mackenzie]