nebulizard:

shout out to everybody who has school soon

i believe in you

you will be excellent this year

and if you’re not that’s ok too it doesn’t mean you’re not smart

just remember to take care of yourself because your mental health is more important than your grades ok?

group hug ily all

secretgardenaddicts:

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“Alice in Wonderland Syndrome. This is a mental illness. It is like looking through the wrong end of a pair of binoculars. It is as if you are living in a fantasy world of a fable. This is an interesting and sad syndrome. I’m sure that I have that syndrome. If it’s not it, then why the heck does my every moment with the ordinary girl feel like a fable?” – Joo Won

“Alice in Wonderland Syndrome. This is a mental illness. It is like looking through the wrong end of a pair of binoculars. It is as if you are living in a fantasy world of a fable. This is an interesting and sad syndrome. I’m sure that I have that syndrome. If it’s not it, then why the heck does my every moment with the ordinary girl feel like a fable?” – Joo Won

(Source: shura)

anamorphosis-and-isolate:

The Squid and the Whale (2005)

anamorphosis-and-isolate:

The Squid and the Whale (2005)

It’s the same girl in both pictures – with her sister at a refugee camp in 1979, and safe in the US with her daughter in 1990.

Looking at Chan now, it is hard to imagine all that she has witnessed. One remembers words from Stephen Vincent Benet:

They are cured now, very much cured.
They are tanned and fine. Their eyes are their only scars.

(Source: mekong.net)

6ium:

New Balance WR996 14FW ¥8,964

want ~

(Source: 6ium)

Lately when I look at my parents, I notice all their wrinkles when they talk, and their dark circles, and the puffiness of their eyes when they laugh. They’re growing old with each day that passes and it breaks my heart to know they’ll never get any younger than they are today. Time has passed so quickly and it’s crazy how this year my father is turning fifty. That’s so hard to believe because it seems like just yesterday when people mistaken him for my older brother. And my mother, were those crinkles there before? I’m not sure. I just hope I make them proud when I finally graduate. Choose a career I love and be able to buy them nice things without them telling me not to because I’m still just a child and I shouldn’t spend money on them. Maybe I’ll always be a child to them. But one day, I hope they’ll see me as that little girl that’s grown so much and be proud of the grown woman that stands before them.

Ming D. Liu (via skeletales)

people used to mistake my mom for my sister :/

nuggetcafe:

16 Kit-Kat flavors you will only find in Japan

all the hardest, coldest people you meet were once as soft as water.

(Source: luckychant)

jennargibson:

A high school graduate who escaped from North Korea weeps during a graduation ceremony at Hangyeore Middle and High School, which was built to educate North Korean teenage defectors, in Anseong, South Korea. Forty-eight students graduated during the ceremony. 
Lee Jae-Won/Reuters via The Christian Science Monitor

jennargibson:

A high school graduate who escaped from North Korea weeps during a graduation ceremony at Hangyeore Middle and High School, which was built to educate North Korean teenage defectors, in Anseong, South Korea. Forty-eight students graduated during the ceremony. 

Lee Jae-Won/Reuters via The Christian Science Monitor