Man is ignorant of the nature of his own being and powers. Even his idea of his limitations is based on experience of the past. There is therefore no reason to assign theoretical limits to what he may be, or what he may do.
Aleister Crowley (via sunshinesoul8)

As your nerves bend and twist to accommodate yet unexperienced force, new thought and mutant hallucination come into light. I heard about this nervous breakdown that’s been going around. Read a letter about how you broke down in the middle of nowhere, which is everywhere when you’re broken down. Open your eyes. Your tears cut a trail. Your scars build a ladder that takes you to a place that you could not have gotten to any other way. Take a look around, remember every second, every breath, every choked scream. Scar tissue is stronger than regular tissue. Realize the strength. Move on.
— Henry Rollins (via toosawn-trigger)

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originally fuckyeahanarchy

Human life is but a series of footnotes to a vast obscure unfinished masterpiece.
— Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov. (via ramirezdahmerbundy)

We have at least invented a different kind of pleasure: pleasure in the truth of pleasure, the pleasure of knowing that truth, of discovering and exposing it, the fascination of seeing it and telling it, of captivating and capturing others by it, of confiding it in secret, of luring it out in the open—the specific pleasure of the true discourse on pleasure.
— The History of Sexuality Vol. 1: Introduction, Michel Foucalt (via iveybizaar)

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originally iveybizaar


“The you who you think you are does not exist.”- Alan Watts


“The you who you think you are does not exist.”
- Alan Watts

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originally faridaaerevivigi

What does it mean that I am in this endless universe, thinking that I’m a man sitting under the stars on the terrace of the earth, but actually empty and awake throughout the emptiness and awakedness of everything? It means I’ve become a Buddha. I felt great compassion for the trees because we were the same thing.
— The Dharma Bums // Jack Kerouac.

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originally atreeandarose

“The less you think about your oppression, the more your tolerance for it grows. After a while, people just think oppression is a normal state of things. But to become free, you have to be acutely aware of being a slave”.


– Assata Shakur

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originally kenyabenyagurl

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originally observando

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