finding my strength
"   ‘What’s meant to be will be.’

‘No,’ I replied.

‘It’s what keeps you up at night, unable to sleep, and your chest tight, unable to breathe, your thoughts mad with desire and longing and your each and every waking moment pursuing what you desire with purpose and fury and aspiration—you cannot wait on destiny’ I said,

‘It’s presence must be demanded.’   "
Beau Taplin || Destiny.  (via afadthatlastsforever)
"   You know when you misplace something and can’t find it, whether it’s a book or childhood toy or an old leather jacket, and hours pass and you grow desperate and you’re looking everywhere—in closets, under beds, behind couches, and at last, you find it, and you are ecstatic, overjoyed, the relief is palpable. But then, a surge of disappointment hits, followed by a wave of disenchantment, a dreadful realisation that this something or other is not quite as wonderful as you remember it. You begin to grow weary and disillusioned, regretting all the time you wasted on reclaiming it, so you throw it aside, and eventually, you forget it’s existence. I am sorry I let this happen to us.   "
Beau Taplin || Misplaced belongings.  (via afadthatlastsforever)
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unpopuler:

people who can open cereal boxes perfectly are not to be trusted 

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"   Men and women shop differently.
Men know what they want before they see it.
Women don’t know what they want until they see it.   "
Renoirs (via renoirs)

helveticas:

I want all the clothes in the world but I only have $9 and my virginity