King David dreams of Versace
King David playing the harp (1622), Gerard van Honthorst / Versace, Migos ft. Drake, Meek Mill, Tyga, & Los

King David dreams of Versace

King David playing the harp (1622), Gerard van Honthorst / Versace, Migos ft. Drake, Meek Mill, Tyga, & Los

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Indeed
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arisonas:

facebook??? sorry thats for LOSER idiot extroverts unlike me, who is a COOL smart introvert. now if you’ll excuse me i have a book to read and a tumblr post to ‘feels’ *hits tardis bookshelf with pathetically scrawny elbow, tons of books pile upon my useless body as i lie motionless*

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Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

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“We are only here briefly and in this moment I want to allow myself joy.”
Her (2013) dir. Spike Jonze

We are only here briefly and in this moment I want to allow myself joy.”

Her (2013) dir. Spike Jonze

Posted on 18 August with 8,489 notes

“We know what we are, but not what we may be.”
Hamlet
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“Readers read for dozens of different reasons. One my favorite is to be challenged. Certainly, I don’t want most (or even 2 percent of) novels I read to be as tough as Infinite Jest. But I think spending a good amount of time with a book, really putting in some effort to piece it together, and coming out on the other side feeling like you’ve accomplished something is just so gratifying.”
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“Let us…tally the grim catalog of disasters that had befallen [Alexander Hamilton and his brother] between 1765 and 1769: their father had vanished, their mother had died, their cousin and supposed protector had committed bloody suicide, and their aunt, uncle, and grandmother had all died. … Their short lives had been shadowed by a stupefying sequence of bankruptcies, marital separations, deaths, scandals, and disinheritance. Such repeated shocks must have stripped Alexander Hamilton of any sense that life was fair, that he existed in a benign universe, or that he could ever count on help from anyone. That this abominable childhood produced such a strong, productive, self-reliant human being—that this fatherless adolescent could have ended up a founding father of a country he had not yet even seen—seems little short of miraculous. Because he maintained perfect silence about his unspeakable past, never exploiting it to puff up his later success, it was impossible for his contemporaries to comprehend the exceptional nature of his personal triumph.”
— Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton
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