I can’t click my reblog button hard enough
It’s not just the ladies who get insecure, it’s all of us. It’s a human trait, yo.
Fricken’ beautiful. Everything that I want to say about this has been said in the post above me.
you can’t stop me from reblogging this over and over again
While in the lavatory on a domestic flight in March 2010, I spontaneously put a tissue paper toilet cover seat cover over my head and took a picture in the mirror using my cellphone. The image evoked 15th-century Flemish portraiture. I decided to add more images made in this mode and planned to take advantage of a long-haul flight from San Francisco to Auckland, guessing that there were likely to be long periods of time when no one was using the lavatory on the 14-hour flight. I made several forays to the bathroom from my aisle seat, and by the time we landed I had a large group of new photographs entitled Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style.
What if the reason it’s so hard to answer life’s questions is because it’s nothing like we know here?
What if it’s so beyond anyone’s wildest dreams that we can’t fathom it?
What if it can’t be put in to words and that’s how it’s kept secret?
What if we aren’t alive? But this is the heaven or hell of a different place.
What if I’m just dreaming?
What if I was knocked out and I’m being medically tested on?
What if the only reason I can come up with these questions is because I’m not as susceptible to the amnesia they’re using on me?
What if we are all pets in someone’s room and they just stare at us laughing at how we can’t figure anything out for ourselves?
What if we are actually the most advanced life forms anywhere?
What if the world is in a time laps and we’ve all lived before and the earth ends and repeats it’s life cycle?
stop everything and just look at this
isn’t it weird to think that if you were raised differently, if you lived somewhere else, if you said yes to that boy who asked you out in eighth grade, or if you played a different sport your life would be completely different? One little thing, one little choice can change your entire life.
shout out to all my followers struggling with their eating during the holidays, to everybody with unsupportive families, to everybody feeling weak, to everybody wanting to lock themselves in their room all night, to everybody anxious and panicked and feeling guilty while the people around them are enjoying themselves; you’re all so important to me and I hope this holiday season you can remember that you’re human and deserving of love no matter what