Books are, let’s face it, better than everything else.
Nick Hornby, The Polysyllabic Spree
Book Geek Quote #590
[… ]because I sometimes have moments of such despair, such despair … Because in those moments I start to think that I will never be capable of beginning to live a real life; because I have already begun to think that I have lost all sense of proportion, all sense of the real and the actual; because, what is more, I have cursed myself; because my nights of fantasy are followed by hideous moments of sobering! And all the time one hears the human crowd swirling and thundering around one in the whirlwind of life, one hears, one sees how people live—that they live in reality, that for them life is not something forbidden, that their lives are not scattered for the winds like dreams or visions but are forever in the process of renewal, forever young, and that no two moments in them are ever the same; while how dreary and monotonous to the point of being vulgar is timorous fantasy, the slave of shadow, the of the idea, the slave of the first cloud that covers the sun […]
I love so much read!!! they’re my best friend and they bring me peace!!!
My little sister have like 5 of them!!!
Each day, we all fight for what we believe, in some way, shape or form.
Sometimes we forget though. We get so wrapped up in our daily lives that we forget to fight. We forget that there are people still out there fighting. When I saw this video, I was forcibly reminded of everyone out there taking a stand for the cause they believe in. I was inspired to do the same.
Fight for equality. Spread the love, and spread the light <3
We all are the same!!!
I was raised among books, making invisible friends in pages that seemed cast from dust and whose smell I carry on my hands to this day.
Just lime me!!!
The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón. (via warningdontreadthis)
Leave a Light On
Photograph courtesy Peter Rosén
Northern lights sweep above a cabin in Abisko in northern Sweden on January 7. “The entire sky opened up like a beautiful inferno,” photographer Peter Rosén told spaceweather.com. “Red, blue and green like a dancing queen on the sky.”
The solar ejections that cause auroras can also create geomagnetic storms that can affect spacewalking astronauts, Earth-orbiting satellites, and even communications and power systems on the ground.
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