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alexaarae:

"Spirit break out Break our walls down. Spirit break out Heaven come down” 🌙

“Look for something positive in each day, even if some days you have to look a little harder.”

TheDailyPositive.com (via thedailypozitive)

macandarianasinfiniteplaylist:

the-unpopular-opinions:

One thing I hate about this website is that so many people aren’t allowed to like anything that has any minor link to something problematic.
I can’t praise the acting skills of Bill Murray or the musical virtuosity of Miles Davis without being given a “friendly reminder that your heroes beat women.” I can’t positively analyze the cinematic techniques of Woody Allen and Roman Polanski without people ready to burn me at the stake for being a “child rape apologist.”
I understand how important it is for people to not blindly follow someone and ignore all their negative qualities. Even I find myself frustratingly telling this to people while they reject my sourced facts as “hate,” insisting that their boy-toy was just joking, (*cough*MARTIN FREEMAN FANS*cough*) but what people don’t think about is that these people could already know these things about their favorite person and, while acknowledging how problematic they are, still be inspired by this person’s craft.
Shitty people can make masterpieces, but that doesn’t make the creator less shitty, the piece less masterful or the admirer a thoughtless sheep. I say that as long as you don’t defend the creator’s actions, or use their talent to justify or overshadow them, you’re still allowed to enjoy them to your heart’s content.

That’s because people let their thoughts on that person’s personal lives affect their thoughts on their talent/work. I don’t agree with the things Justin Bieber has done and I think he’s a douche, but that doesn’t mean I’ll hate his music and it won’t take away from the fact that I think he’s talented. I think as long as you’re not excusing the bad things they’ve done there shouldn’t be a problem. I love R. Kelly’s music but what he did in his past is awful. People shouldn’t shit on you for still liking the person’s talent/work, especially if you’re not condoning the bad things they’ve done/said.

alt-j:

why do people make viruses like why do you have to be an asshole

boys who actually make plans

who-started-this-fuckery:

chrisdiaswin:

imgonnamakeachange:

skim3d:

it doesn’t have to be elaborate 
i don’t care for fancy dates 
but if he says,
"hey let’s grab some coffee, my treat." 
"i need to buy a sweater, help me choose?" 
"i haven’t seen you in awhile, let’s go watch a movie."

it sounds totes better than 
"idk what do you want to do choose"  

FUCKING THIS

Note taken

*takes metal note*

andrewgiraffields:

Lana Del Rey songs make me feel sad and nostalgic about things that haven’t happened to me

hicstreme:

The saddest things in the world:

-people forgotten on their birthdays
-old people eating alone
-animals left behind by their humans

coltre:

" I am not in love with you. I am in love with the idea of you. If it’s any consolation, you’re the best idea I’ve ever had. I’m sorry. "