Cecil, I was thinking about the series of ongoing actions that we perceive as the present. And the amassing of memories that we treat as a living record of the past, and the hopes and dreams and assumptions that we project as the future. I was thinking about time, and about how it means something to so many people. And about how its so finite, and also so infinite. I was also thinking about space, about how it is nothing and then a point, which is just a single spot within the nothing, and a line which separates the nothing into two nothings, and how a plane is a patch of nothing, and an angle is just where two nothings meet, but all of those things combined, with an object with points, lines, planes, and angles…an object with length and width and depth that can take up actual space…and how that object becomes something made of nothing within nothing. An object can be a wall, or a floor, a roof, a bed, a table, a dog, a door, a rug, a…a home.
And then, I though about how a home is just a group of objects connected by a shared personal experience of time: our past, our present, our assumed future. A home is…uh…I mean. . scientifically speaking, speaking scientifically from a point of view of mere facts and logic, and um…what with science and all…I…I just thought it was…time for us to make a home together.
Carlos’s monologue, ‘Condos’ - live Welcome to Night Vale show 2013
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(“And I said yes! Yes! That would be well…that would be NEAT!”) :3
Have searched all over Tuscany and never found What I found there, the heart of the light Itself shelled and leaved, balancing On filaments themselves falling. The secret Of this journey is to let the wind Blow its dust all over your body, To let it go on blowing, to step lightly, lightly All the way through your ruins, and not to lose Any sleep over the dead, who surely Will bury their own, don't worry.
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Albert Einstein teaching a physics class at Lincoln university (HCBU in Pennsylvania) in 1946
Sure as hell never mention that about him.
He also signed one of the first ever formal legal petitions to have homosexuality decriminalized in his home nation (Germany).
This couple got wedding rings with the waveform of their own voices saying, “I do.”
This flower shaped confetti contains flower seeds that grow into wildflowers. It is hand made and biodegradable so it leaves no waste. Via
This is actually kinda perfect for outdoor weddings omg
casually reblogging this entire tag lol whoop
you could have your wedding in an empty space next to your house and have a garden to commemorate your marriage omg
You’re kissed by fire, remember? Lucky. It will take more than an arrow to kill you.