Lake McDonald, Montana
Lake McDonald, Montana
This is everything to me
I really needed to reblog just for “misaviary” hahaha
Home is just an idea.
But it’s an idea that we have all but made a necessity. It grounds us in a sense of belonging and purpose and destination and return all at the same time. We’re at home in a city, in a house, with a parent, with a child, with the loves of our lives.
We fluctuate between two extremes: cast off all concepts of stabilization and don’t root too deeply anywhere, or root so deeply that you never quite get away entirely. You’re always drawn back to another responsibility, another job, another requirement that you made for yourself by convincing yourself that it was made for you.
I am a field of conundrums, but chief among them may be the fact that I need to move around to feel sustained — for work or to see new cities or hike new mountains or what-have-you — but at the same time, I’m more comfortable in the known.
Maybe home is somewhere you’ve never been before, somewhere you’re going to find along the way. Somewhere that feels more comforting and right than you even knew to seek out before you stumbled upon it.
Even the home you reside in now was once an uncharted territory.
Home is where you take yourself. Home is Earth. Home is the love of your life. Home is a stranger. Home is the night sky. If you can accept these truths that coexist with one another, the more adaptable you make yourself in a world that is, above all else, impermanent.
The point is that nothing is permanent here, not even the soundest of “homes.” It’s just an idea. It’s just an illusion. It changes as we choose it to.
I’m fairly certain I’ve reblogged this before, but goddamn, they’re all sO CUTE.
#Can we talk about how realistic this is #it literally has almost every body type and preference here #big thighed #skinny waist #freckles #tall #short #gay #straight #red kneed #thigh gap #tattoos #piercings #girls with short hair #guys with dyed hair #short dresses #skinny jeans #these could have been drawn so stereotypically yet they’re not #however they’re still perfect
I think the reason why the phrase “I’m not like most girls” annoys me so much is because women have been conditioned to feel like they have to disassociate themselves from the female gender to be recognised as an interesting human being and if that isn’t fucked up then I don’t know what is
robwoodcox: Iceland in summary, since words cannot describe.
Lets all go to Iceland!
Eddie Izzard looking glam af in NYC
i never look this good in heels
Michiel Huisman for The Hollywood Reporter
from Pedro Pascal’s Making Game of Thrones interview (x)
FEMINIST OBERYN MARTELL