Just your normal, bionic, mid-twenties, gay male with Wegener's Granulomatosis making his way through life.
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spacephantom:

taboop:

iridessence:

the devil flew out of her mouth for trying to be racist

send an ambulance I’m dying

WHATS HAPPENING

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hideiwa:

japanese people: yeah sure wear a kimono even though you are white, just know what it means and stands for! and just understand that by wearing this, you are paying respect to our culture! so please do so with careful thought!

white people on tumblr: IF U ARE WHITE nEVER WEAR A KIMONO DONT EVEN FUCKING LOOK AT IT !!!! CULTURAL APPROPRIATION 101 IF I CATCH U SMEELING A KIMONO I WILL KILL YOU UNTIL YOU ARE DEAD!!!!!!!! DONT EVEN GO TO JAPAN OR THINK ABOUT JAPAN JUST DIE

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Never stop loving someone even if all they could give in return was indifference. Maybe they weren’t ready to love quite yet? Maybe they loved another? Maybe you weren’t what they needed? Point is - you may never know. Make peace with that.
Haven’t you ever tried out different types of tea, figuring out which was ‘the one’ only to return to the store and find that it was sold out.
That’s life.
Love is timing.
You still love that fucking tea… And you’ll always miss it, but now you’ll just have move on and learn to love another. By

- my mom’s words of wisdom (via sonofthelandlockedmariner)

This spoke to my soul

Everything is a learning opportunity. You can view that as either the universe has something to teach you or you yourself find meaning and find the lesson in each challenge.  Both are equally beautiful. I tend to view it in the latter sense for the most part. 

I’ve learned that I need to start feeling more. I need to be upset, and hurt and express those feelings.  They aren’t a weakness. They make us human. 

There’s a quote from The Fault In Our Stars that I want to get tattooed on my chest over my heart. “That’s the thing about pain, it demands to be felt”

It’s a lesson that I will need to continue to work on.