How to Live in New York City →
Encounter a lot of people crying in public. Watch an NYU student cry in Think Coffee, a business woman in midtown sob into her cellphone, an old man whimper on a stoop in Greenpoint. At first, it will feel very jarring but, like everything else, it will become normal. Have your first public cry in front of a Bank of America. Cry so hard and don’t care if people are watching you. You pay good...
Everything we do is a choice. Oatmeal or cereal. Highway or side streets. Kiss...– Pushing Daisies (via disastrology)
Get Away - Dr. Dog
“I didn’t talk much to strangers, I bled my friends dry Hard, hard living, yet I was hardly alive But I kept on rolling and now I know why The storm clouds have broken a hole in the sky”
WHAT AM I GOING TO DO WITHOUT YOU
Who will hold my hand and tell me when I’m being an ass? No one else will work so hard to see me smile. I will have to talk to new people. I don’t like new people. I only like you. What am I going to do without you? At least we have the summer to test the distance.
Cry, the Beloved Country pg. 208
“Therefore I shall devote myself, my time, my energy, my talents, to the service of South Africa. I shall no longer ask myself if this or that is expedient, but only if it is right. I shall do this, not because I am noble or unselfish, but because life slips away, and because I need for the rest of my journey a star that will not play false to me, a compass that will not lie.I shall do...