life is a beautiful thing

Hey look up! You don’t have to be a ghost, here amongst the living. You are flesh and blood! And you deserved to be loved. And you deserved what you are given. And oh, how much!
—  “Third Eye, by Florence + The Machine from How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
There are a few things in life so beautiful they hurt: swimming in the ocean while it rains, reading alone in empty libraries, the sea of stars that appear when you’re miles away from the neon lights of the city, bars after 2am, walking in the wilderness, all the phases of the moon, the things we do not know about the universe, and you.
—  Beau Taplin

I love the stydia fandom so much. Like, one picture of our otp standing next to each other is enough to get everyone excited and fangirling. We enjoy the small things in life and I think that’s beautiful.


why isn’t there a trash can emoji to describe my life 

anyway, the beautiful slampigmcqueen tagged me to do the six selfies thing! here’s a variety of… my face and such 🌙

I tag (whether you’ve done it or not do it again I love this): l8rs8n, cosmic-beanwerewolvesonblackstreetkotyonokrasavitsa, violetchachkismanbun, matteltrixie, momsgoldteeth, adore-de-gaga, animalize, cheaptricked, immortuorum, jinkx-it, homorrissey, and anyone else who sees this because you’re all gorgeous) 

anonymous asked:

you and your girl look so cute ... how is your relationship like ? ld and all ...

ermh i am not sure why somebody should want infos about my personal life, cause it’s quite boring; but more or less is like this:

yeah, she is very cute. she is incredible and she is the most beautiful thing in my life and i clearly didn’t do any good to deserve her so she must be a miracle. 

and… well, long distance sucks, but it’s not like we have a choice for now.


Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar by Cheryl Strayed

“A fascinating blend of memoir and self-help. Strayed is an eloquent storyteller, and her clear-eyed prose offers a bracing empathy absent from most self-help blather.” —Nora Krug, The Washington Post

A collection of gritty, honest, and raw essays on the meditations of love, heartbreak, experience and life, Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things is far away from a Hallmark card. Revealed to be the anonymous figure, Sugary behind the former column at literary magazine The Rumpus, Tiny Beautiful Things is wise and compassionate. Tiny Beautiful Things is a collection from the best pieces of Sugar. Strayed is empathetic and logical. She never gives her readers advice with harsh judgements or without a parallel situation from her own experience.  

She recognizes the power and strength it takes to love yourself. She is a fighter of the human soul. Some may even cal Strayed an amateur psychologists, which is why her insight into the human psyche is impressive and gentle. Her confessional, yet heartwarming approach is one the world should aim to obtain. 

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