clear eyes full hearts can't lose

legojohntavares:

Unfortunately, John’s season was cut short this year. He’s resting up and focusing on what’s ahead.

"We’re so young. We’re so young. We have so much time. There’s this sentiment I sometimes sense, creeping in our collective conscious as we lay alone after a party, or pack up our books when we give in and go out – that it is somehow too late. That others are somehow ahead. More accomplished, more specialized. More on the path to somehow saving the world, somehow creating or inventing or improving. That it’s too late now to BEGIN a beginning and we must settle for continuance, for commencement."
- Marina Keegan, The Opposite of Loneliness. “It’s never too late to start.” (via movimientos)

annabellioncourt:

I never knew how true and realistic and non-exaggerated this episode was until I went to college.

harlequinnade:

A few important Czech hugs.

promisestotheeastcoast:

Well that doesn’t look like Sammy Adams.

promisestotheeastcoast:

Well that doesn’t look like Sammy Adams.

officialunitedstates:

hell yeah I’ll break the fourth wall.  I’ll break the fifth wall too.  i dont give a

Little Mix - Salute (03:56)

MY JAAAAAAAM FOR DAYS

devils why

promisestotheeastcoast:

We foiled our roommates entire room while she was gone over the weekend! April Fools Month is in full effect!!

promisestotheeastcoast:

We foiled our roommates entire room while she was gone over the weekend! April Fools Month is in full effect!!

twloha:

Neuroscientist Bevil Conway is using art as an inspiration for his research on how color affects our emotions and understanding of our surroundings. ”The best access we have of what color is and what it does to us is by studying the work of people who have studied it obsessively. Matisse is one of those people,” he says. “I think it’s extremely valuable, and there’s been very limited work treating that corpus as the sort of scientific evidence that it will turn out to be.”

moisab:

Paul Klee

moisab:

Paul Klee

nbcsnl:

Anna Kendrick, you’re so money and you don’t even know it.

nbcsnl:

Anna Kendrick, you’re so money and you don’t even know it.

nbcsnl:

International Nasty Girls!

nbcsnl:

International Nasty Girls!


"A lot of people were writing us off, and I knew there was no quit in that dressing room. And these guys are going to play right until they tell us we can’t play anymore.”

"A lot of people were writing us off, and I knew there was no quit in that dressing room. And these guys are going to play right until they tell us we can’t play anymore.

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