Diana

At what point do you stop supporting someones bad habits? I think at times it’s “harmless” but in the long run it can be destructive.
Just a thought.

timemagazine:

John Green is on TIME’s list of the world’s most influential people #TIME100 

Woot woot! Dance Dance Dance Dance.

Very true.

Very true.

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a brief history of leaving excellent books in disastrous places

heyteenbookshey:

  • Book: Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of the Punk 
  • Location: My grandma’s house
  • Outcome: Returned. Very very politely.
  • Book: By The Time You Read This I’ll Be Dead by Julie Anne Peters
  • Location: High school social workers office
  • Outcome: Call to my parents, rorschach tests

-Becky

Reblog with books that you left in the worst possible places

Book: The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
Location: My aunt’s house in Mexico
Outcome: The termites got to it. :/


It was British actor Ralph Fiennes, of “The English Patient” fame, who gave  Nyong’o the advice that she needed to take the leap. The actor was in Kenya to film “The Constant Gardener” in 2004, and Nyong’o, who worked on the set of the movie, boldly approached him about her own dreams.
“At first, he told me not to do it,” she said. “But by the end of it he said , ‘If you can’t see yourself doing anything else, then act. But don’t do it because you think it’s going to be fun [or] because you like attention and lights.”

It was British actor Ralph Fiennes, of “The English Patient” fame, who gave  Nyong’o the advice that she needed to take the leap. The actor was in Kenya to film “The Constant Gardener” in 2004, and Nyong’o, who worked on the set of the movie, boldly approached him about her own dreams.

“At first, he told me not to do it,” she said. “But by the end of it he said , ‘If you can’t see yourself doing anything else, then act. But don’t do it because you think it’s going to be fun [or] because you like attention and lights.”

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faultinourstarsmovie:

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faultinourstarsmovie:

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yasimon:

all parabatai are devoted…but with jem it is different.

Love these!

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“Your mind was eased," she said, "but not your heart.”
— Tessa Gray in Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare, page 510