The city lights are so beautiful. There is something about looking at the city lights from the 15th floor of a building. It twinkles like a nightsky full of stars. It makes me feel light. It makes me feel calm.
It makes me feel like I can take on the world.
Being sad is the only way for you to appreciate happiness.
See? Sadness isn’t all that bad.
Do you know that feeling? That feeling where randomness strikes, and you want someone to whisk you away from wherever you are right now, to place with the most breath taking view? One where the city lights seem to be like twinkling stars, where the breeze is so cold, it feels like you’re not in this warm, tropical country. Where you could look at the sky and see the stars and the moon, where you can just look out the distance and be quiet, while listening to your most relaxing playlist.
I’m feeling that right now. Someone take me away. :(
When you die, and it really could be this afternoon, you will not be happy about having said no. You will be kicking your ass about all the no’s you’ve said. No to that opportunity, or no to that trip to Nova Scotia or no to that night out, or no to that project or no to that person who wants to be naked with you but you worry about what your friends will say.
No is for wimps. No is for pussies. No is to live small and embittered, cherishing the opportunities you missed because they might have sent the wrong message.” —Dave Eggers (via whats up stairs and jamesnord) (via gotsound) (via areminder) (via saimagery) (via unicornology) (via threeseptembersandajanuary) (via floatingclouds) (via happythings)
- While looking at unrelatedcaptions.com
- Tash de Castro: What the fuck, what does the Finding Nemo turtle got to do with Killing the Batman?
- Me: Will you look at the link? It's called UNRELATEDCAPTIONS.
- Tash: Oh shizz. (After trying to open the bathroom)
- Me: What? Did you lock us out of our own bathroom?
- Tash: I wouldn't say that...
- Me: Oh so you just secured the perimeter of the bathroom? (30 seconds later, I opened the bathroom)
- Tash: Oh my god! How did you open it?
- Me: I turned the knob, like what normal people do.