Had an argument with some coworkers last night regarding the death penalty, specifically the notion that one should be able to claim insanity as a defense. They both felt it was ridiculous and that if a person was legally proven to have committed murder then death was the correct and only viable option for handling the situation. This appalled me for several reasons: first, the argumentation used...
The eye with which I see God is the same eye with which God sees me.– Meister Eckhart (via lazyyogi)
Also, I love you. Just as two liquids cannot be separated once mixed, we are forever a part of one another, and shall ever after be, no matter the distance/space/circumstance. You are now a fact of me, a descriptive characteristic, like the sea is vast and the night sky is majestic. The fire that burns inside of you reflects in your brilliant eyes and fiery hair, things etched into my memory...
I wish I could write. I get these ideas but I never seem to be able to put them...– F. Scott Fitzgerald (via fabulousbitch69)
I am full of doubt. And the unfortunate burden that doubt is crowds out too many things to mention, so many possibilities are here and gone like leaves blown through an open hallway. So many beautiful things are visible these days, and so many beautiful feelings to accompany them, and maybe just the knowledge that my life is not devoted to beauty, adoring and reveling in and propagating beauty,...
Oh, I don’t mean you’re handsome, not the way people think of handsome. Your...– Charles Bukowski (via callofthemountains)
So long as the people do not care to exercise their freedom, those who wish to...– Voltaire (via rhamphotheca)
The universe is information and we are stationary in it, not three-dimensional...– Philip K. Dick (via inthenoosphere)