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OBSERVATIONS FROM THE BRIDGE

A perpetual love letter to the world wide web:
I post things that provoke emotions...
most of which can be summed up by a single vowel
repeated a bunch of times.
"eeeeee!" "oooooooooh!" "AAAAAA[RG]H!"

Posts tagged value

Oct 22 '12
"Kierkegard, Nietzsche, Camus, and Sartre all defined courage not as the absence of despair but as the ability to act in spite of it."
Oct 22 '12
I don’t think this feeling is preventable (as everyone I know myself included feels this way on occasion/frequently), but people are more powerful than they realize. Realization or self actualization requires an immense amount of work and time spent, and can be taxing. Taking ownership of yourself and responsibility for your happiness is a huge project. Start now.

I don’t think this feeling is preventable (as everyone I know myself included feels this way on occasion/frequently), but people are more powerful than they realize. Realization or self actualization requires an immense amount of work and time spent, and can be taxing. Taking ownership of yourself and responsibility for your happiness is a huge project. Start now.

(Source: c-isnenegro)

Jul 16 '12
"…And even if you didn’t handle the event itself in quite the most self-interested/self-protective way, you acted with great selflessness, and that has more value than is sometimes obvious."

Adviser/mentor/favorite professor/hero

I now feel completely validated in the way I handled my personal horror story. I fucked up my own life quite a bit, but saved others and learned a lot in the process. Now I can be a resource for others, and that is more important to me than having it easy myself.

I’m sorry not all of you know what I’m talking about here. Once upon a time some shit happened and now it’s pretty much over The End.