Digital Mercurian

Having qualities of eloquence, ingenuity, while characterized by rapid and unpredictable changeableness of mood

nevver:

D.H. Lawrence

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nevver:

D.H. Lawrence

I know quoting sex in the city but really

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I know quoting sex in the city but really

explore-blog:

Wonderful short read on "limbic revision" and how love rewires the brain

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explore-blog:

Wonderful short read on "limbic revision" and how love rewires the brain

Foods most common by states. (http://www.fastcodesign.com/3029454/the-weirdest-eating-patterns-of-each-us-state) 

Yep this pretty much sums up my childhood

Foods most common by states. (http://www.fastcodesign.com/3029454/the-weirdest-eating-patterns-of-each-us-state)

Yep this pretty much sums up my childhood

sassy-hook:

pleasant-trees:

aprilsvigil:

manticoreimaginary:

Watching this (and fearing broken ankles with each loop) I can’t helping thinking about that old quote Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, except backwards and in high heels.

But no, if you watch closely you’ll see she doesn’t even step on the last chair. That means she had to trust that fucker to lift her gently to the ground while he was spinning down onto that chair. That takes major guts. I’d be pissing myself and fearing a broken neck if I were in her place. Kudos to her. 

I can’t stop watching this. 

#I watched this for too long to not reblog

Impressive

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sassy-hook:

pleasant-trees:

aprilsvigil:

manticoreimaginary:

Watching this (and fearing broken ankles with each loop) I can’t helping thinking about that old quote Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, except backwards and in high heels.

But no, if you watch closely you’ll see she doesn’t even step on the last chair. That means she had to trust that fucker to lift her gently to the ground while he was spinning down onto that chair. That takes major guts. I’d be pissing myself and fearing a broken neck if I were in her place. Kudos to her. 

I can’t stop watching this. 

Impressive

(Source: ohrobbybaby)

"We hear “do what you love” so often from those few people who it did work for, for whom the stars aligned, and from them it sounds like good advice. They’re successful, aren’t they? If we follow their advice, we’ll be successful, too! […] We rarely hear the advice of the person who did what they loved and stayed poor or was horribly injured for it. Professional gamblers, stuntmen, washed up cartoonists like myself: we don’t give speeches at corporate events. We aren’t paid to go to the World Domination Summit and make people feel bad. We don’t land book deals or speak on Good Morning America."

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Rachel Nabors, “DON’T do what you love” (via austinkleon)

Serious truth here. I know to many people who waited to start their careers on something they loved now struggle to hired but normal shit the rest of us to do.

"When you lose someone that’s… anyone that’s meant a great deal to you. Anyone’s that’s changed your life, you never forget them. I don’t think you ever stop thinking about them."

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Lauren Bacall (via babybacalling)

Don’t tell anyone about the way you hold my hand … Won’t tell anyone that your voice is my favorite sound 

The Pope’s 10 Tips for a Happier Life

1. “Live and let live.” Everyone should be guided by this principle, he said, which has a similar expression in Rome with the saying, “Move forward and let others do the same.”

2. “Be giving of yourself to others.” People need to be open and generous toward others, he said, because “if you withdraw into yourself, you run the risk of becoming egocentric. And stagnant water becomes putrid.”

3. “Proceed calmly” in life. The pope, who used to teach high school literature, used an image from an Argentine novel by Ricardo Guiraldes, in which the protagonist — gaucho Don Segundo Sombra — looks back on how he lived his life.

4. A healthy sense of leisure. The Pope said “consumerism has brought us anxiety”, and told parents to set aside time to play with their children and turn of the TV when they sit down to eat.

5. Sundays should be holidays. Workers should have Sundays off because “Sunday is for family,” he said.

6. Find innovative ways to create dignified jobs for young people.“We need to be creative with young people. If they have no opportunities they will get into drugs” and be more vulnerable to suicide, he said.

7. Respect and take care of nature. Environmental degradation “is one of the biggest challenges we have,” he said. “I think a question that we’re not asking ourselves is: ‘Isn’t humanity committing suicide with this indiscriminate and tyrannical use of nature?’”

8. Stop being negative. “Needing to talk badly about others indicates low self-esteem. That means, ‘I feel so low that instead of picking myself up I have to cut others down,’” the Pope said. “Letting go of negative things quickly is healthy.”

9. Don’t proselytise; respect others’ beliefs. “We can inspire others through witness so that one grows together in communicating. But the worst thing of all is religious proselytism, which paralyses: ‘I am talking with you in order to persuade you,’ No. Each person dialogues, starting with his and her own identity. The church grows by attraction, not proselytising,” the Pope said.

10. Work for peace. “We are living in a time of many wars,” he said, and “the call for peace must be shouted. Peace sometimes gives the impression of being quiet, but it is never quiet, peace is always proactive” and dynamic.

Courtesy of the Catholic News Service.

Post wildwood selfie. Sunburt. Sore. Happy.

Post wildwood selfie. Sunburt. Sore. Happy.

humansofnewyork:

"He wants to go home."

Tomorrow!

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humansofnewyork:

"He wants to go home."

Tomorrow!

Whether to go to the gym, or sit and watch tv

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whatsmybusinesscase:

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This week was all tv. But next week…..