If you actually think physical attractiveness is important in a relationship, you are not shallow. To make a good relationship last you have to be physically and mentally attracted to the person. I am tired of seeing people being called shallow simply because they are looking for someone attractive to them, mentally and physically.

You are shallow when physical attractiveness is the only thing that keeps you two together.

(Source: atticbat, via deannnahai)

"If flowers can
teach themselves
how to bloom after
winter passes,
so can you."

(via hopelesslyhealing)

i think this just changed my life

(via hippieheir)

(Source: aestheticintrovert, via deannnahai)

"I like cancelled plans. And empty bookstores. I like rainy days and thunderstorms. And quiet coffee shops. I like messy beds and over-worn pajamas. Most of all, I like the small joys that a simple life brings."

note to self  (via silver-blonde)

(Source: c0ntemplations, via mikkelthefox)

"Writers are just as much artists as painters or musicians. Everyone can dabble. Most people can draw something recognisable (“hey, that’s a dog!”) or strum a few strings on a guitar, just as they can write something simple. But to captivate people, to make them laugh, or cry, or dance… that takes skill, whether it’s using paint, words or chords."

Me explaining to a friend why she was being rude for laughing at writers who consider themselves artists. Thought some others might like to see it. (via brooke-shutsano)

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how do people play piano, i can’t even text without messing up

(via f4nnyf00k)