The sign of intelligence is that you are constantly wondering. Idiots are always dead sure about every damn thing they are doing in their life.

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Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome.

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Don’t fool yourself. English isn’t inherently superior, or easier to learn, or more sonically pleasing. Its international usage comes from forceful assimilation and legacy of colonialistic injection. It isn’t a deed that one should take pride in.

my uncle left this comment on his friend’s Facebook status, a white British man who was bragging about how easy it is to be a native English speaker when trekking to different nations. (via maarnayeri)

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But I always liked side-paths, little dark back-alleys behind the main road - there one finds adventures and surprises, and precious metal in the dirt.

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Something else is hurting you—that’s why you need pot or whiskey, or screaming music turned so fucking loud you can’t think.

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Among the tales of the Yoruba gods, Eshu similarly propels the narratives of jealousy and power by occupying certain privileged places where he gives ideas and information—not the whole story, but just enough to make the story happen. At one point, Shango the thunder god asks him, “Why don’t you speak straightforwardly?” “I never do,” Eshu responds. “I like to make people think.

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It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn’t use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like “What about lunch?

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They will say you are on the wrong road, if it is your own.

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I dream too much, and I don’t write enough, and I’m trying to find God everywhere.

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