"If you’re feeling frightened about what comes next, don’t be. Embrace the uncertainty. Allow it to lead you places. Be brave as it challenges you to exercise both your heart and your mind as you create your own path toward happiness; don’t waste time with regret. Spin wildly into your next action. Enjoy the present, each moment, as it comes, because you’ll never get another one quite like it. And if you should ever look up and find yourself lost, simply take a breath and start over. Retrace your steps and go back to the purest place in your heart…where your hope lives. You’ll find your way again."

— Everwood (via creatingaquietmind)

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Francis Picabia (1879–1953) - Woman adjusting Her Stocking (Femme ajustant son bas), 1940-1943 Kunsthalle Krems, Austria
Francis Picabia (1879–1953) - Woman adjusting Her Stocking (Femme ajustant son bas), 1940-1943
 Kunsthalle Krems, Austria

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5 year plan.

5 year plan.

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By Ryan O’Connell

You will fall in love with someone who annoys you, whose orgasm face looks and feels pathetic. Despite all of this, there’s something keeping you drawn to them, something that makes you want to protect them from the harsh world. What you fail to realize, however, is that you are…

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Dave Brubeck never tired of playing his greatest hits. But both before and after his seminal 1959 album Time Out, the pianist took his craft to college kids, to churches, to musicals, to social-justice concerns and to the imaginations of countless new jazz fans.

Go beyond “Take Five.”

The shit.

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