golden gate x by me.
thought that shit was always foggy
I discovered a new meaning to the phrase “live life with no regrets.” In the past, I thought the phrase meant that one should live a virtuous life making no mistakes. However, I realized today that living life with no regrets could also mean that channels past mistakes into learning experiences and grows. You should not think of your setbacks as failures, rather learning experiences that you can benefit from.
life is just a game and you can either play the game or let it play you. With that knowledge and a better understanding of your long term goals, you can easily scheme to get what you want- just don’t be a shitty person
Someone once told me the definition of Hell: The last day you have on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.
"The best people possess a feeling for beauty, the courage to take risks, the discipline to tell the truth, the capacity for sacrifice. Ironically, their virtues make them vulnerable; they are often wounded, sometimes destroyed."
- Ernest Hemingway (via theohpioneer)
"Yesterday when a friend was all, “Oh my God, have you seen the Kanye video?” I was like, no, I don’t care about the Kanye video and I feel as if it is one of the few signal achievements in my career, if we want to call it that, that I have somehow gotten myself into a position where I don’t need to have an opinion about the Kanye video, and, more importantly, no one really needs to have an opinion about the Kanye video, the fact that you are going to watch something that is widely acknowledged to be terrible—the fact that you are going to watch something and hope while you watch that it is exactly as terrible as widely acknowledged—so that you can be a part of the “conversation,” which is just an empty and ridiculous exchange of self-important jack-offs trying to speak as loudly as possible so that they can drown out the inner voice that tells them just how shockingly bereft of value their own lives are as they careen towards oblivion, is a remarkable indictment of the vacuous, hollow pit we confuse with culture these days. You don’t have to watch ANYTHING, and the less you say about something the smarter you are. Good Lord, people, listen to yourselves, if you can even stand it, it’s horrifying. (I had switched to the second person plural at this point because my friend, having heard so many variations of this monologue already, had long since wandered off.) Anyway, that was before I saw this Bob Dylan video, which is really something. And I say this as someone who doesn’t go in for the concept of “interactive” at all. It’s pretty neat!"
Alex Balk wrote something perfect.
(via kateoplis) but lyke life doe