Unsub, threateningly: come out, come out, wherever you are
Reid: I’m bi!
Unsub: that’s great, dude, but not really what I meant
I was grateful but to you I was just an option. A 3rd option.
Natiqa: I ship it
That’s it she’s definitely my fave out of all Nadia’s sisters
“E come i ricci mi chiudo per coprire la parte più vulnerabile”
“What am I now? What am I now?
What if I’m someone I don’t want around?
I’m falling again, I’m falling again, I’m fallin'”
—Falling - Harry Styles
Only me beside you still, you’re not alone. No one is alone. Truly, no one is alone
“It was a happy day for the mass of humanity when the artist felt the desire of becoming a physician, an electrician, an engineer or mechanician or—whatnot—a mathematician or a financier; for it was he who wrought all these wonders and grandeur we are witnessing. It was he who abolished that small, pedantic, narrow-grooved school teaching which made of an aspiring student a galley-slave, and he who allowed freedom in the choice of subject of study according to one’s pleasure and inclination, and so facilitated development…
"It was the artist, too, who awakened that broad philanthropic spirit which, even in old ages, shone in the teachings of noble reformers and philosophers, that spirit which makes men in all departments and positions work not as much for any material benefit or compensation—though reason may command this also—but chiefly for the sake of success, for the pleasure there is in achieving it and for the good they might be able to do thereby to their fellow-men. Through his influence types of men are now pressing forward, impelled by a deep love for their study, men who are doing wonders in their respective branches, whose chief aim and enjoyment is the acquisition and spread of knowledge, men who look far above earthly things, whose banner is Excelsior! Gentlemen, let us honor the artist; let us thank him, let us drink his health!”
(An Address On the Occasion of the Commemoration of the Introduction of Niagara Falls Power In Buffalo At the Ellicot Club, January 12, 1897.)
“On Electricity.” Electrical Review, January 27, 1897.
Някой веднъж ми беше казал, че всяка песен свършва, но това не е причина да не се наслаждаваш на музиката.
“We can truly love only with suffering and through suffering! We know not how to love otherwise. We know no other love. I want suffering in order to love.”
- Fyodor Dostoevsky
No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. Aesope (1200x731) via /r/QuotesPorn https://www.reddit.com/r/QuotesPorn/comments/ealjmu/no_act_of_kindness_no_matter_how_small_is_ever/?utm_source=ifttt