“I think there is something beautiful in reveling in sadness. The proof is how beautiful sad songs can be. So I don’t think being sad is to be avoided. It’s apathy and boredom you want to avoid. But feeling anything is good, I think. Maybe that’s sadistic of me.”—Joseph Gordon-Levitt (via dead-dreams) (via coffeeislovely, jesseekkah) (via uncoquette) (via 87daysbefore)
“…We can tell our children that school is important until we’re blue in the face, they’re not stupid. They see the loudest applause is for the kids on the field. They know teachers are paid poorly and don’t drive fancy cars. They know people plan Super Bowl parties but mock the National Spelling Bee. In other words, they see the hypocrisy, and we can’t expect society to correct itself. If we want to have any lasting influence on the way our kids approach education — the way future generations approach education — then we have to grab our pom-poms and paint our faces and celebrate intellectual curiosity with the same vigor we do their athletic achievements.”—Why I’m raising my son to be a nerd - CNN.com (via loveyourchaos)
It doesn’t take you back to the top anymore (THANKGOD!) and you can pull the screen to the right to look at the original post, the middle for a caption, and the left for the publishing options. Brilliant.
It all works so well, I’m so happy.
I CAN BLOG AGAIN!! (since I have no computer :| or anything else because some bastards stole it all)