“When we allow the walls around our hearts to become rigid, and stay that way, we assign ourselves a slow death. Like the very air and water that flows through our physical body to sustain it, love must flow through our heart to keep it supple, and to keep us truly alive.” — Jeffrey R. Anderson, The Nature of Things - Navigating Everyday Life with Grace (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)
mimi. NJ. 21. taken for days by a soldier. surf. skate. i love, love, a good laugh, and kit-kats. star wars is life. tattoos are beautiful. anything and everything 1950's. literature and film. Against Me! woke me up. The Smiths taught me to love. music is my second home. and well like tom robins once wrote "whats the point of saving the world if it means losing the moon?"