How To Never Die
1. Find a writer
2. Get this person to fall in love with you
"The fact that music can induce goosebumps, draw a tear, inspire and connect is one of my favorite parts of being a human."
- Drew Chadwick (via emblem3uncertainty)
"And here is the most important thing I’ve learned from 10 years in this world: fandom is about people. It is not about a tv show or a ship, it’s not about a character or a creator or about that one fanfic that changed the way you regard fanfic as a whole. Fandom is about finding people who love what you love. It’s about finding someone in Israel who has the same reaction to Milo Ventimiglia’s bottom lip, or someone in Singapore who will share in your Downton Abbey geekery, or someone in Michigan who knows what you mean when you can’t express your emotions beyond “!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.” And who will then ask you about your day, or send you a link they know will make you laugh, or recommend something else (a tv show, band, podcast, book, youtube video) they know you’re going to love. Because they know you."
submitted by: madasthehatta
"Human beings act very much like storms when there’s something to say. Very rarely in nature does a deluge catch you by complete surprise. There are the signs before - the sky darkening, the wind picking up, the air smelling like rain even before a drop has hit."
- David Levithan Six Earlier Days (via sempiternale)
Submitted by: alexander-the-human
my friendship comes in 3 levels:
3) inappropriate sexual humor.
the power of three
Reading Comic - Book Love
Submitted by: wisdomofthetrees
"Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim."
Book Geek Quote #444
"It had been startling and disappointing to me to find out that story books had been written by people, that books were not natural wonders, coming up of themselves like grass. Yet regardless of where they come from, I cannot remember a time when I was not in love with them — with the books themselves, cover and binding and the paper they were printed on, with their smell and their weight and with their possession in my arms, captured and carried off to myself. Still illiterate, I was ready for them, committed to all the reading I could give them…"
- Eudora Welty (via observando)