It hurts to let go. Sometimes it seems the harder you try to hold on to something or someone the more it wants to get away. You feel like some kind of criminal for having felt, for having wanted. For having wanted to be wanted. It confuses you, because you think that your feelings were wrong and it makes you feel so small because it’s so hard to keep it inside when you let it out and it doesn’t coma back. You’re left so alone that you can’t explain. Damn, there’s nothing like that, is there? I’ve been there and you have too. You’re nodding your head.
-Henry Rollins (via observando)

thelittletrampcharlie:

"guys from old movies are so unattractive"

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oh yeah

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totally

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completely

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absolutely

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the most unattractive 

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unappealing

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group of dudes

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I’ve ever seen

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in my life

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just horrible

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Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life.
-Golda Meir  (via saras-scrapbook)

thefashionofaudrey:

The actor Albert Finney (as Mark Wallace) photographed with the actress Audrey Hepburn (as Joanna Wallace) by Terry O’Neill in St. Tropez (France), during the filming of “Two for the Road”, in June 1966. 

Audrey was wearing:

  • T-shirtKen Scott (of cotton, white striped with red, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Joanna Wallace).
  • SwimsuitKen Scott (red, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Joanna Wallace).

thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed with her son Sean by Pierluigi Praturlon in St. Tropez (France), during a break in the filming of “Two for the Road”, in June 1966. 

Audrey was wearing:

  • T-shirtKen Scott (of cotton, white striped with red, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Joanna Wallace).
  • SwimsuitKen Scott (red, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Joanna Wallace).
  • Hat: Foale and Tuffin (of twill cotton, of the collection for the Spring/Summer of 1966).
  • Flat shoesRepetto.

psychofactz:

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lesliehowardforever:

Leslie Howard and Bette Davis in It’s Love I’m After

psychofactz:

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The thing I’ve learned is that often the pain doesn’t come from your emotions at all; it comes from your resistance to feeling them. It comes from the constant battle that begins the moment you dip your toe in the water, and before you’ve even deciphered what that sensation is, your mind has switched to flight mode and you’re running for the hills. The pain comes from the unending list of destructive ways you keep yourself numb. But eventually you must realise that in blocking your true feelings you’re creating other forms of unbearable pain. And that the only way out is to dive right in. When you allow yourself to feel everything that you really feel, you discover that it was never your emotions that were drowning you, it was your fear of them. You find that not only can you swim, but you can float, and when you stop fighting them, many of these feelings will float on by with ease.
-(via liquid-diamonds-flowing)