1. Let’s get lost at SeaWhere they will never find usGot stars at night to guide usLost at SeaWhere they will never find usGot stars at night to guide us[ZEDD ft. Ryan Tedder: Lost At Sea]
This was the first song I have ever heard of ZEDD.And this was the very first time I have ever heard of ZEDD.
I can imagine how embarrassing I must have looked while singing this song in the car - but I love singing and I don’t care!

    Let’s get lost at Sea
    Where they will never find us
    Got stars at night to guide us
    Lost at Sea
    Where they will never find us
    Got stars at night to guide us
    [ZEDD ft. Ryan Tedder: Lost At Sea]

    This was the first song I have ever heard of ZEDD.
    And this was the very first time I have ever heard of ZEDD.

    I can imagine how embarrassing I must have looked while singing this song in the car - but I love singing and I don’t care!

    Reblogged from: theversatilist
  2. 'The point is that when I see a sunset or a waterfall or something, for a split second it's to great, because for a little bit I'm out of my brain, and it's got nothing to do with me.I’m not trying to figure it out, you know what I mean?And I wonder if I can somehow find a way to maintain that mind stillness.’Christ EvansI am watching'Water for Elephants.'I love these animals and while seeing this creature lying down in its wagon after being beat half-dead by August I look down to the screen and I find this picture.And all I am asking:Rosie, do you also have this dream in which you are drowning?Falling down this cascade, and disappear forever.What would it be like?Looking down while experiencing this sheer endless fall?Then the moment you can’t explain.Water filling your lungs and you breath H2O instead of nitrogen, oxygen, argon or carbon dioxide.Now imagine trading places with one of those people.The breathtaking view - in my opinion - is enough to give you the experience of choking, not being able to fill your lungs with fresh air.Simply because you can’t describe it. The tremendous feeling you have looking down the way the water takes.The unique memories you will keep for as long as you live.But first.Let me take a[ S E L F I E ]

    'The point is that when I see a sunset or a waterfall or something, for a split second it's to great, because for a little bit I'm out of my brain, and it's got nothing to do with me.
    I’m not trying to figure it out, you know what I mean?
    And I wonder if I can somehow find a way to maintain that mind stillness.’
    Christ Evans

    I am watching
    'Water for Elephants.'
    I love these animals and while seeing this creature lying down in its wagon after being beat half-dead by August I look down to the screen and I find this picture.

    And all I am asking:
    Rosie, do you also have this dream in which you are drowning?
    Falling down this cascade, and disappear forever.

    What would it be like?
    Looking down while experiencing this sheer endless fall?
    Then the moment you can’t explain.
    Water filling your lungs and you breath H2O instead of nitrogen, oxygen, argon or carbon dioxide.

    Now imagine trading places with one of those people.
    The breathtaking view - in my opinion - is enough to give you the experience of choking, not being able to fill your lungs with fresh air.
    Simply because you can’t describe it. The tremendous feeling you have looking down the way the water takes.
    The unique memories you will keep for as long as you live.

    But first.
    Let me take a
    [ S E L F I E ]

    Reblogged from: theversatilist
  3. Dear tumblrBot

    I guess that it is always the usual habits that make me feel better. Surround myself with people I know well and do this in an environment that is filled with loud electronic music, cheap alcohol and crazy dancing people.

    Just kidding. Or not?
    What about reading a short story of my most favourite writer of all times, Edgar Allan Poe? I guess this makes me feel better again. For as long as reading lasts.

    In case where even watching a movie or listening to music or going to the gym fails, sleep does the job - and dreaming.
    Well, I was sad at some point, but then I did some online shopping. That make me feel better. Spending money on new stuff is always great, so I do this as often as possible.

    Yours sincerely
    christofiasco

  4. 'I will bring fire to thee.'
Euripides {Androm}

Every sunset and
every sunrise
reminds me of how
Mother Earth
will find her end.

I’m under so much pressure |
I could be a damn diamond.
There are so many things I need to get done before it all ends, but I lack the inspiration, the power, the willingness to get started.

There’s this book I’m writing for a very good friend of mine; I know how it will all end in this masterpiece of triviality, I don’t know, however, how to write down all of my thoughts.
[ 2 0 0 0  M O N D E ]

Then I finally need to watch the last two episodes of this series I am very fond of. Since I have to wait until September or October for ‘American Horror Story: Coven’ to be released on DVD here in Germany, I started watching and getting obsessed with offensive, visual adaption.
[ G A M E of T H R O N E S ]

Lastly, there are so many books I need to read, films I have to watch and songs I’d love to listen to.
But there’s also a life that is to be lived and tasks to be done at home and at school - a life is much too short to do everything and instead of getting started I sit here, text this and pity life for being much too short.

Meanwhile I know what’s the crux of this matter:
[ M O N E Y ]
I’ve seen so many beautiful pictures of how people put into effect what they dreamt of and I feel paralysed because I can’t follow their example.
I can’t afford all of that.

But I’ll do my very best.
Not to end in fire.

    'I will bring fire to thee.'
    Euripides {Androm}

    Every sunset and
    every sunrise
    reminds me of how
    Mother Earth
    will find her end.

    I’m under so much pressure |
    I could be a damn diamond.
    There are so many things I need to get done before it all ends, but I lack the inspiration, the power, the willingness to get started.

    There’s this book I’m writing for a very good friend of mine; I know how it will all end in this masterpiece of triviality, I don’t know, however, how to write down all of my thoughts.
    [ 2 0 0 0 M O N D E ]

    Then I finally need to watch the last two episodes of this series I am very fond of. Since I have to wait until September or October for ‘American Horror Story: Coven’ to be released on DVD here in Germany, I started watching and getting obsessed with offensive, visual adaption.
    [ G A M E of T H R O N E S ]

    Lastly, there are so many books I need to read, films I have to watch and songs I’d love to listen to.
    But there’s also a life that is to be lived and tasks to be done at home and at school - a life is much too short to do everything and instead of getting started I sit here, text this and pity life for being much too short.

    Meanwhile I know what’s the crux of this matter:
    [ M O N E Y ]
    I’ve seen so many beautiful pictures of how people put into effect what they dreamt of and I feel paralysed because I can’t follow their example.
    I can’t afford all of that.

    But I’ll do my very best.
    Not to end in fire.

  5. elenamorelli:

{ dark clouds, lovely sunset }

'Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add colour to my sunset sky.'Rabindranath TagoreKeep calling me adepressed Writer &hopeless Poet.I do my very best tocomply with what you seein me.Do you want to read my'Tale of Time'?

    elenamorelli:

    { dark clouds, lovely sunset }

    'Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add colour to my sunset sky.'
    Rabindranath Tagore

    Keep calling me a
    depressed Writer &
    hopeless Poet.

    I do my very best to
    comply with what you see
    in me.

    Do you want to read my
    'Tale of Time'?

    Reblogged from: elenamorelli
  6. bookmania:

Literary Coffee. Awesome! Thanks to Italian food illustrator Gianluca Biscalchin for incorporating a literary theme in his work.

I’d like to have a cup ofWilde, Dante & Kafka.And a Shakespeare to go,Please.

    bookmania:

    Literary Coffee. Awesome! Thanks to Italian food illustrator Gianluca Biscalchin for incorporating a literary theme in his work.

    I’d like to have a cup of
    Wilde, Dante & Kafka.

    And a Shakespeare to go,
    Please.

    Reblogged from: literatureismyutopia
  7. flustered-princess:

 I will make u sleep | Ulf Härstedt

'I will make you sleep'I’m feeling blueBecause I’m losing sleep.Losing sleep over you.No, I’m depressedBecause I sleep to muchAlone here in this room.I agree that I’m not enoughEnough to keep up with youLook at me | I’m not cool.This is not a love songNo thought wasted on youI know where I don’t belongThis is the saddest truth.

    flustered-princess:

    I will make u sleep | 

    'I will make you sleep'

    I’m feeling blue
    Because I’m losing sleep.
    Losing sleep over you.

    No, I’m depressed
    Because I sleep to much
    Alone here in this room.

    I agree that I’m not enough
    Enough to keep up with you
    Look at me | I’m not cool.

    This is not a love song
    No thought wasted on you
    I know where I don’t belong
    This is the saddest truth.

    Reblogged from: alandwithoutmagikarp
  8. theonlymagicleftisart:

    Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha

    Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art 

    'The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.'
    J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan

    Why am I unable to make my dreams come true?
    I dream of flying but I’m still here down on earth.
    I dream of seeing the world but I’m still sitting at home dreaming of it.

    D R E A M S
    are successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.

    For the time being my dreams simply tell me lies (I want to hear). I hope, however, to be able to find truth in them - find reality in them.
    I don’t want these lies to become my nightmares, I don’t want to be afraid of dreaming.

    Reblogged from: theonlymagicleftisart
  9. inspirationfeed:

"Comparison is the thief of joy" - Teddy Roosevelt

Check out more inspirational quotes here »> http://ift.tt/T4wudo http://ift.tt/1ry9PTN

It’s not the only time, truth has been this extremely sad - definitely not.Having three siblings, however, I know this phenomenon quite well.Although it was my fault:I’ve always compared and measured myself with them and I’ve always tried to do better.And indeed,comparison robs J O Y .What about comparingApples with Pears?

    inspirationfeed:

    "Comparison is the thief of joy" - Teddy Roosevelt

    Check out more inspirational quotes here »> http://ift.tt/T4wudo http://ift.tt/1ry9PTN

    It’s not the only time, truth has been this extremely sad - definitely not.

    Having three siblings, however, I know this phenomenon quite well.
    Although it was my fault:
    I’ve always compared and measured myself with them and I’ve always tried to do better.

    And indeed,
    comparison robs J O Y .

    What about comparing
    Apples with Pears?

    Reblogged from: inspirationfeed
  10. If you want to be happy, be.
    Leo Tolstoy (via thecalminside)

    Does happiness really exists?

    I mean, how can you say
    'I'm blissfully happy.'
    When you are not.

    I think that it is possible
    to reach an adequate level
    of C O N T E N T M E N T .

    happy [adjective]
    1. feeling or showing pleasure or contentment
    2. fortunate and convenient

    Fact is that the word was used less in 1980s but since then the usage has been increasing again - but it’s not that actively used as it was years and years ago.

    'The most important thing is to enjoy your life - to be happy - it's all that matters.'
    Audrey Hepburn

    Doesn’t happiness mean that you can’t think of any wishes or things you want to have in your life - if that is the case:
    No one will ever be happy.

    Reblogged from: literatureismyutopia
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