"What I hate is ignorance, smallness of imagination, the eye that sees no farther than its own lashes. All things are possible. Who you are is limited only by who you think you are."

Egyptian Book of the Dead  (via beachyhouse)

"A hundred years from now, people will look back at us and laugh. They’ll say, ‘You know what people used to believe? They believed in photons and electrons. Can you imagine anything so silly?’ They’ll have a good laugh, because by then there will be newer and better fantasies…And meanwhile, you feel the way the boat moves? That’s the sea. That’s real. You smell the salt in the air? You feel the sunlight on your skin? That’s all real. You see all of us together? That’s real. Life is wonderful. It’s a gift to be alive, to see the sun and breathe the air. And there isn’t really anything else."

— Jack Thorne, Jurassic Park: The Lost World (via my-stereo-heart-beats-for-you)

theauldsmi:

Solution ( hal ):

I adore you
and if a day passes without sight of you
I forget you
but why this time i envisioned you
the absence awakens the craving , and from the heart
the night is long and the day passes in the heart

oh fragility of my heart
the separation makes me ache
I have no solution
I have no solution
my heart only loves once
my heart only loves once.

wehadfacesthen:

Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant on the set of Charade, 1963
"I think he understood me better than I did myself. He was observant and had a penetrating knowledge of people. He would talk often about relaxing and getting rid of one’s fears, which I think he found a way to do. But he never preached. If he helped me, he did it without my knowing, and with a gentleness which made me lose my sense of being intimidated. 
"I had this great affection for him because I knew he understood me. It was an unspoken friendship, which was wonderful. He would open up his arms wide when he saw you, and hug you, and smile, and let you know how he felt about you. We lived at other ends of the world, but it was always the same."  - Audrey Hepburn
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wehadfacesthen:

Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant on the set of Charade, 1963

"I think he understood me better than I did myself. He was observant and had a penetrating knowledge of people. He would talk often about relaxing and getting rid of one’s fears, which I think he found a way to do. But he never preached. If he helped me, he did it without my knowing, and with a gentleness which made me lose my sense of being intimidated.

"I had this great affection for him because I knew he understood me. It was an unspoken friendship, which was wonderful. He would open up his arms wide when he saw you, and hug you, and smile, and let you know how he felt about you. We lived at other ends of the world, but it was always the same."  - Audrey Hepburn

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