"México es mi cuna, mi casa,
mi sueño, mi descanso.
Acá nací, acá vivo y acá moriré."

— Uno se encuentra las mejores cosas cuando menos se las espera, lo mejor es que te impresionan más al tomarte por sorpresa. Esta frase me la encontré en una notita pegada en una puerta donde están los instrumentos para el laboratorio en mi preparatoria; me impresionó mucho el saber que lleva ahí mucho tiempo, pues hay más notas que tienen fecha y van desde los 90’s. Al final decía “Revolucionario Mexicano” y me pregunto, ¿dónde andará ese revolucionario? (via canto-a-la-alegria)

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ca-tsuka:

Wonderful trailer for japanese animated short-films “Hinata no Aoshigure” by Hiroyasu Ishida (Fumiko’s Confession) and “Shashinkan” by Takashi Nakamura (Fantastic Children, Catnapped, Tree of Palme …). Production : Studio Colorido.

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nackem:

sandrarivasart:

I could swear there are many posts that talk about this but oh well… Anywho…

I really felt the need to discuss this because I have felt like this before. And I know it’s difficult to talk about it out of the fear of being called selfish or “crying for attention”.

I completely disagree. It’s not a matter of acting selfish. Again it’s another self-esteem issue. Let’s face it, low self-esteem is difficult to overcome, despite what some people think.

But it can be helped. We all want to be funny, smart, clever, pretty, talented, and all that jazz. We can be those! It’s totally possible.

Get started now! Learn to laugh and develop your own sense of humor. Be up to date with current events. Dress properly and care about your appearance.

But mind you I never said it was easy or a quick-fix. Everything takes time. I know it’s difficult in this time where we want things instantly. Believe me, I am the most impatient individual. But we just have to wait and keep working.

And popularity should not be your main concern. Yes as an artist we want some recognition, but becoming popular for the sake of being popular is a negative behavior to have.

Go at your own pace. Take it step by step to be become a better individual and a better artist. Make yourself happy and learn to love yourself.

I’m working on that too. In fact I made this advise for myself as well. Everything will get be better. Don’t worry C:

Sandra speaks so much truth in this. I hope this helps anyone struggling with these type of thoughts. Just remember you are not alone in feeling this way! 

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hunghairybear:

X-Men, it’s time to come out here and fight with the Avengers and stuff!!!

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neil-gaiman:

cinderellainrubbershoes:

Handy advice by writers. As part of their “Shared Worlds 2013”, Wofford college asked Neil Gaiman, Garth Nix, Lev Grossman,Joe Haldeman, and more artists, editors, and writers for a photo of their writing advice written on their hands. Check out the rest.

truth and wisdom, hand-sized. Check the link for more…

unchartedlust:

Parade - Susumu Hirasawa

One of the greatest scores is from a film most of the world has never heard of, Paprika. The film’s composer, Susumu Hirasawa, took the music of our dreams and made them into a reality. The entire score is a surreal journey through synthesized loops, contagious Japanese vocals, and grand symphonic orchestration. Just like dreams meld various aspects of our reality, this score melds various musical styles from manic Japanese pop to minimalistic contemporary classical.

Every time I listen to this score I feel as though I am hearing music ripped directly from my dreams; all of my hopes, passions, fears, and loves beautifully evoked through music.

"さあ 地を埋めつくすほど キミの影が産む 狂気のパレードが来る キミの名の下に"

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hipstercatfish:

stjimmyjazz:

edgahhpants:

thepastelprince:

This fucking kid

i cANT EVEN DRESS MYSELF RHIS WELL

future child of mine. 

style

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welele:

The Who – Baba O’Riley

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