thehalfwrittenbook:

when you hear a song by your favorite artist in the store and try to keep calm

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cynicallys:

ITS AN ADD FOR FUCKINF FUNERAL SERVICES
glamidols:

Iggy Pop – 1973Photo by Neal Preston

indierocksanta:

Scream (Funk My Life Up) by Paolo Nutini

Hey. Well. I just need some advice I guess. I'm 15 and haven't ever had a bf/first kiss. And I'm lonely. I don't currently like anyboy or vise versa. And I just want that kind if connection with someone. And the cute relationship stuff. Ya know?
ASKED BY Anonymous

ofthemoonandsea:

Okay, I do know what you’re saying but I’m going to ask you to hear me out for a minute.

Regardless of your age or experience level, I want you to ask yourself what is the true root of your loneliness? Do you think this can be fixed by having someone else ‘fill’ a part of your life in a certain way? What happens when that person leaves, or you realize they don’t fit the hole that you wanted them to? 

In the modern age (and certainly in the past) we have come to define ourselves and our self worth by the status that society gives us based on our relationship with another human in a romantic way. Instead of encouraging people to look within, to get to know themselves, to go on walks alone, to look at the stars alone, to get ice cream alone…society has created this fictional division of single v. non-single people in the public and private sphere. We have lost our ability to date ourselves, to laugh alone, to go to dinner alone, to be okay with being alone because you simply have yourself. I really think if you’re lonely in life it is not because you want a cute relationship or someone’s hand to hold that is longing, goals, desires, etc., it is because you haven’t dated yourself enough to be in a loving relationship with self. I’m not encouraging you to be a hermit, have no friends, no lovers, nothing like that…what I’m encouraging is to not date someone just to fill a space within your own heart. Only you can fill that space inside through self-love and only then will you truly have a sincere emotional connection with someone else that is not trying to shape them into the same size and shape of that (loneliness) space within you.

beautiful, wise words. read it, it’s worth it.

mickjaggugh:

layla is such a fucking good song but if you know the story behind it the lyrics make u wanna punch eric clapton u feel

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From the corner of my eyes
To the back of my mind
I recognized what you mean to me

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coalgirls:

it dont even feel like september it dont even feel like any month we just floatin thru time

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fuckyeahvintage-retro:

A workman on one of the gantry ways high above Tower Bridge.
London, 1913 (via)

suicidewatch:

The Kinks “All Day And All Of The Night”

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secretempires:

Timeless Cool: Elvis Presley
"More and more I found myself at a loss for words and didn’t want to hear other people talking either. Their conversations seemed false and empty. I preferred to look at the sea, which said nothing and never made you feel alone."
Paula McLain, The Paris Wife.  (via wordsnquotes)

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