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How Christina Aguilera singes lullabies to her children

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I would like Martin Scorsese to be interested in a female character once in a while, but I don’t know if I’ll live that long.

Meryl Streep pulling weeds (via raffaellacarra)


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Driving up Atigun Pass & Atigun Pass by Jason Ahrns.

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Mystic Gaia by Krystleyez 

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On the surface a borderline personality can be very difficult to identify, despite the underlying volcanic turbulence. Unlike many people afflicted with other mental disorders—such as schizophrenia, bipolar (manic-depressive) disease, alcoholism, or eating disorders—the borderline can usually function extremely well in work and social situations without appearing overtly pathological. Indeed, some of the hallmarks of borderline behavior are the sudden, unpredictable eruptions of anger, extreme suspiciousness, or suicidal depression from someone who has appeared so “normal.”

Jerold Jay Kreisman and Hal Straus, I Hate You—Don’t Leave Me: Understanding the Borderline Personality

I really should just quit that at this point.

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Mists of Heaven

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I get it. It’s nice up here. You can just shut down all the systems, turn out all the lights, and just close your eyes and tune out everyone. There’s nobody up here that can hurt you. It’s safe. I mean, what’s the point of going on? What’s the point of living? Your kid died. Doesn’t get any rougher than that. But still, it’s a matter of what you do now. If you decide to go, then you gotta just get on with it. Sit back, enjoy the ride. You gotta plant both your feet on the ground and start livin’ life.

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My heart swings back and forth between the need for routine and the urge to run.

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