Bee.Bea

People moving all the time inside a perfectly straight line.
Don't you wanna just curve away?

fuckshitpissdick:

fat isn’t an insult skinny isn’t a compliment they’re just words describing body types please drill that in your heads

(Source: 2000ish)

And in the end we’re all just humans… drunk on the idea that love, only love, could heal our brokenness.

—F. Scott Fitzgerald (via itsmicca)

See, when you meet someone
for the first time,
you don’t really imagine that they would
turn out to be someone important to you.
You don’t really assume that
when you first learn someone’s name
that after awhile you would begin to really
get to know them inside and out,
or how you begin to pick up their habits,
and start talking like them,
or finishing the food off their plates
you don’t really see these things
happening, when you first meet someone.
Without really expecting it, this someone
who was only just a stranger to you before,
can all of a sudden mean so much more,
can become someone so special,
and someone you can’t see yourself
living without.

—Keen Malasarte, "I never thought you would have such an effect" (via acupofkeen)

You learn more about a person at the end of a relationship than at the beginning.

—(via ohlovequotes)

Religion is typically the ideology of a particular class. As an ideology it is of course, a distortion, a form of false consciousness and as such serve the interests of the domains class, legitimating the oppression of the proletariat.

—Karl Marx (via liberatingreality)

skeptv:

"What should we think about death?" Narrated by Stephen Fry - That’s Humanism!

A short Humanist animation about death, afterlife, and living in the here and now.

via British Humanists.


”..Los amputados sienten dolores, calambres, cosquillas, en la pierna que ya no tienen. Así se sentía ella sin él, sintiéndolo estar donde ya no estaba”.

—El amor en los tiempos del cólera, Gabriel García Márquez (1985). (via elipsxd)

tanjazy:

Rip Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

tanjazy:

Rip Gabriel Garcia Marquez.