“You’ll never know until you’ve reached the top if it was worth the climb. There’s a fine line between love and a waste of time. But sometimes, you just have to take the chance. Sometimes it’s just now or never. And sometimes, there are no second chances.”—(via poeticheartache) (via flannelandsatin)
Frankly, you have grown selfish; you never give me any time alone. It’s always Narcissus, Narcissus, Narcissus. On top of that, you’ve gained weight, refused to shave, and have love handles hanging out of your toga. For crying out loud, Narcissus, you’ve let yourself go. I’d tell you to go take a long look in the mirror, but I know you’d only come crawling back to me. And then of course, there is our whole situation in the bedroom. Face it, Narcissus, I just can’t fuck myself like I used to.
“When people need to kick back, have fun, and party, I will be there, unlike your pathetic fonts. While Gotham is at the science fair, I’m banging the prom queen behind the woodshop. While Avenir is practicing the clarinet, I’m shredding Reign In Blood on my double-necked Stratocaster. While Univers is refilling his allergy prescriptions, I’m racing my tricked-out, nitrous-laden Honda Civic against Tokyo gangsters who’ll kill me if I don’t cross the finish line first.”—Short, Imagined Monologues: I’m Comic Sans, Asshole. (via synecdoche)
“Meditation is the only way to overcome fear. There is no other way. Why does meditation help us overcome fear? In meditation we identify ourselves with the vast, with the Absolute. When we are afraid of someone or something, it is because we do not feel that particular person or thing is a part of us. When we have established conscious oneness with the Absolute, with the Infinite Vast, the everything there is part of us. And how can we be afraid of ourselves?”—Sri Chinmoy (via oceanofmind) (via likethesun)