theearthlaughs:

fuckyeahsufjanstevens:

I love Sufjan but let’s talk about how amazing that bat shirt is…

theearthlaughs:

fuckyeahsufjanstevens:

I love Sufjan but let’s talk about how amazing that bat shirt is…


Walking has the best value as gymnastics of the mind.
RALPH WALDO EMERSON (via fuckyeahappalachiantrail)


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Bread And Water
Ryan Bingham
Mescalito

Ryan Bingham- Bread & Water



Robert Altman’s Nashville 

Fictional folk trio Tom, Bill, and Mary perform “Since You’ve Gone” a song written by none other than Gary Busey.   Starring whole host of underrated weirdos such as Lily Tomlin, Shelley Duvall, Keith Carradine,  Jeff Goldblum, and Ronee Blakley.  It’s just amazing.



What does it feel like to be alive? Living, you stand under a waterfall. You leave the sleeping shore deliberately; you shed your dusty clothes, pick your barefoot way over the high, slippery rocks, hold your breath, choose your footing, and step into the waterfall. The hard water pelts your skull, bangs in bits on your shoulders and arms. The strong water dashes down beside you and you feel it along your calves and thighs rising roughly backup, up to the roiling surface, full of bubbles that slide up your skin or break on you at full speed. Can you breathe here? Here where the force is the greatest and only the strength of your neck holds the river out of your face. Yes, you can breathe even here. You could learn to live like this. And you can, if you concentrate, even look out at the peaceful far bank where you try to raise your arms. What a racket in your ears, what a scattershot pummeling!
It is time pounding at you, time. Knowing you are alive is watching on every side your generation’s short time falling away as fast as rivers drop through air, and feeling it hit.
Annie Dillard