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We're nothing-
We're just moments-
We're clever but we're clueless-
We're just human-

I saw the truth, I saw and I know that people can be beautiful and happy without losing the ability to live on earth. I will not and cannot believe that evil is the normal condition of people.

—Fyodor Dostoevsky - “The Dream of a Ridiculous Man” (via noraaisacutie)

William Wordsworth

—Daffodils

swiftlymyqueen:

Daffodils by William Wordsworth

Read by Helena Bonham Carter

For oft, when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye Which is the bliss of solitude; And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils.

Bastille

—Weight of Living, Pt. I

weekendplaylist:

weight of living, pt. i // bastille

Phosphorescent

—Ya Hey (Vampire Weekend cover)

perfectmidnightworld:

"Ya Hey" by Phosphorescent // Originally by Vampire Weekend

Earlier this year Matthew Houck released the excellent album, “Muchacho”, under his band’s moniker, Phosphorescent. That album features - hands down - one of the best songs of the year (“Song for Zula”). Since that album’s release, the band has been touring pretty heavily in support of the album. Recently, they sat down with California State University’s KCSN radio station to record some in studio tracks, at which time they brought out a cover of another one of the best songs of the year, Vampire Weekend's “Ya Hey”. The result is a delicate, melancholic lullaby that strips the original back to a somber piano piece with light accompanying guitar. Suffice to say, in the hands of Houck and his band, the song becomes another beauty altogether - a heartbreaking wonder that manages somehow to match (if not one-up) the original by delivering it weary and resigned instead of bright and headstrong.

Aloe Blacc

—The Man

tontonmichel:

Aloe Blacc, The Man, Wake Me Up EP

It’s a thin line between love and hate

 

Yael Naïm

—Toxic

hawaiianglam-metal:

hauntingly beautiful cover of Britney Spears’ Toxic

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your favorite thing to do with mom?""Play chess.""What’s the hardest part about playing chess?""That I don’t know how to play."

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your favorite thing to do with mom?"
"Play chess."
"What’s the hardest part about playing chess?"
"That I don’t know how to play."

(via 2r1t)

Michel Teló

—Ai Se Eu Te Pego (Nossa Nossa)

sahar1125:

NOSSA NOSSA, AI SE EU TE PEGO

p1ants:

i’m not very good at small talk, i want 2 talk about dying and aliens and sex and meaning and the sky i am terrible at asking about school and weather 

(Source: paintgod, via unastronomical)