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I think the atheist outlook is actually a beautifully optimistic one. It’s an amazing thing to cast aside your faith because you found beauty in reality. It’s powerful to know that we are the product of billions of years of evolution, and we overcame mind-boggling odds to get to the point we’re at today. It’s motivating to me that because this is the one life we have, and that there is no afterlife, that we have to make the most of the years that we’re alive and we have this ability to do amazing things. And it’s inspiring to me that I get to create my own purpose in life. There’s nothing negative about the atheist message.
— Hemant Mehta (friendlyatheist.com)
(at The Orange Peel)
(at The Orange Peel)
(at The Orange Peel)
Without literature, life is hell.
— Charles Bukowski (via observando)

(via teacoffeebooks)

I don’t have any friends at all
‘cause I have nothing in common with y’all.
So, who’s gonna catch me if I fall?
My back’s always against the wall.

I don’t have anything to say.
I want everything to go my way.
Shut up mom! It’s not okay,
I’m alone almost every day.

But it’s cool.
It could be better.
I don’t care..
Whatever.


— Whatever - Gnarls Barkley
My favorite thing about Sandburg’s home is that almost every single room has at least one book shelf, and many are crammed with more books than some of the library branches I’ve been in. 
Carl Sandburg’s Home
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