Goodbye.

It’s great, really. Every single day is different—you start a project one day and it becomes unrecognizable the next when it’s complete. Never have I created the same thing twice, and that’s what makes it so beautiful.

It’s great, really. Every single day is different—you start a project one day and it becomes unrecognizable the next when it’s complete. Never have I created the same thing twice, and that’s what makes it so beautiful.

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emjang:

chenjason:

Existential crisis

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musingsofthebigboo:

Hi world what is your return policy I’d like to exchange this one I think it’s defective.

the weekend is dead

time to rest.

good riddance—i haven’t slept in 48 hours

Humble wishes for an overwhelming world

image

This quote, posted a few months ago on NextBoston, surfaced today in my mind while I took this photo:

"Boston is the greatest city on Earth. The buzz around the city is amazing. It’s a history-making place. It gets better every day because of you, and as long as you work together that will never change.”

—Mayor Thomas M. Menino

I wish that everyone would understand how I feel about Mayor Menino’s words. I wish we could all see past our differences be united within our communities in visions of mutual advancement despite our individual beliefs, whether it be politics, faith, preferences, et cetera. I wish to see that our differences would become the traits that guide us to seek greatness in our own individual, unique ways. I wish we would all heed Menino’s words, since it is so versatile and applicable to all levels of our lives—just replace “Boston”:

  • "Our city"
  • "My high school class"
  • "My housemates and I"
  • "My church group"

The possibilities are endless.

We are all works a work in progress. We are all carrying on the burdens of those before us, and so will those who come next. As Thanksgiving Day approaches, remember that with every good one puts in, everyone will ultimately reap the results. People will be thankful for your efforts.

And with that, I wish you all the best. 

Aside: I intended to just post the picture and the quote. This all came out of nowhere, really.

The lightweight Hemingway

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  • where you at brah
  • 351 words...i feel it breh
markliddell:

markliddell:

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newyorker:

A cartoon by Paul Noth. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/HZCQoQ

newyorker:

A cartoon by Paul Noth. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/HZCQoQ

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