A life spent waiting or a life filled with...

itssdopemusic:

Joseph SoMo - I Love This Shit

Work thou for pleasure – paint or sing or carve
The thing thou lovest, though the body starve–
Who works for glory misses oft the goal;
Who works for money coins his very soul.
Work for the work’s sake, then, and it may be
That these things shall be added unto thee.

Kenyon Cox (via itsquoted)
asthmas:

John Westrock / tumblrSeattle, WA

asthmas:

John Westrock / tumblr
Seattle, WA

(Source: asthmas, via ilaurens)

spiritualevolution1111:

Existential Bummer

 

Another awesome video by Jason Silva
Although, I believe there is great freedom in ‘letting go’.

electricspacekoolaid:

Shots of Awe -We Have a Responsibility to Awe - Jason Silva

Ever ponder the miracle of life? Or perhaps wonder about the evolution of intelligence? In Shots of Awe, Jason Silva chases his inspiration addiction as he explores these topics and more. Every week we’ll look at the complex systems of society, technology and human existence and discusses the truth and beauty of science in a form of existential jazz…

One of the ways we elicit wonder is by scrambling the self temporarily so that the world can seep in. - The Wondering Brain

"One of the problems with human beings is mental habit. Once we create a comfort zone we rarely step outside of that comfort zone. The consequence of this is a phenomenon called Hedonic Adaptation - Over stimulation to the same kind of thing, the same kind of stimuli again and again and again - renders said stimuli invisible. Your brain has already mapped it in your own head and you no longer need to be engaged by it. We have eyes that see not, ears that hear not, and hearts that neither feel or understand."

Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants - Farrah Gray, Tupac Shakur and Shia Labeouf (Case Study) (by MrMillby25)

the most incredible person of his time 

who knew this man was way ahead of his time

pain is temporary