ramblings & random things

musings, manifested

Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.

—William Shakespeare (via kushandwizdom)

blackcherhorowitz:

flaminghomer:

THIS IS THE BEST THING I WILL EVER SEE

IM CHEWING ON MY ARM THIS WAS SO GOOD OMG IM HERE FOR EVERY DAMN WORD

NICKI WHO?

(Source: better-than-kanye-bitchh, via yssadalawa)

kushandwizdom:

 

And my personal favorite: “Creativity is intelligence having fun.”

I love Einstein quotes - literally genius.

(Source: lifehacksandfacts)

supamuthafuckinvillain:

This makes me extremely content.

lilianamatos

(Source: vinebox, via anchoiviess)

megangranolabar:

Bo Belza and Megan Guirnela - Don’t Make Me Wait by Jazmine Sullivan

Hello friends! Here’s me and Bo’s very first collabo we taught for season 5 UFP auditions. Thank you to everyone that came out to support and audition. Hope you guys enjoy!!

They aiight.

I’ve found that growing up means being honest. About what I want. What I need. What I feel. Who I am.

Epiphany.  (via senyahearts)

(Source: 1missedcallfrommom, via b0seff)

My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations.

John Green (via kushandwizdom)

Sometimes it’s hard to see the bigger picture.

I recently thought about the saying “your body is a temple”. To my understanding, this is meant to imply that one’s body is sacred and thus (sexually) off-limits. But I challenge that notion by asking: don’t people come and go through temples all the time?
People of all different states of mind and body visit temples. Each temple has its own prerequisites for entrance, and despite the owner’s attempts to keep it pristine, all temples eventually corrode over time.
Sure, perhaps your body is a temple - but my caveat to that is, you hold the key. Letting precedent influence your selectivity is fine, but remember that you ultimately have authority over who may enter.
TL;DR: Respect your body, but don’t confuse self-respect with self-deprivation. Just a thought.

I recently thought about the saying “your body is a temple”. To my understanding, this is meant to imply that one’s body is sacred and thus (sexually) off-limits. But I challenge that notion by asking: don’t people come and go through temples all the time?

People of all different states of mind and body visit temples. Each temple has its own prerequisites for entrance, and despite the owner’s attempts to keep it pristine, all temples eventually corrode over time.

Sure, perhaps your body is a temple - but my caveat to that is, you hold the key. Letting precedent influence your selectivity is fine, but remember that you ultimately have authority over who may enter.

TL;DR: Respect your body, but don’t confuse self-respect with self-deprivation. Just a thought.

(via kushandwizdom)