Nostalgic Nihilism.

I love those mornings when you wake to darkness and no one is asking anything of you. You’re under no pressure to exist. This is something of which I am in constant need.

—C.R.   (via thatkindofwoman)

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The feelings that hurt most, the emotions that sting most, are those that are absurd - The longing for impossible things, precisely because they are impossible; nostalgia for what never was; the desire for what could have been; regret over not being someone else; dissatisfaction with the world’s existence. All these half-tones of the soul’s consciousness create in us a painful landscape, an eternal sunset of what we are.

—Fernando Pessoa (via psych-facts)

plantvibes:

cute date idea: let me sleep in your bed for hours on end because I’m tired of being a person

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I am learning how to compromise the wild dream ideals and the necessary realities without such screaming pain.

—Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath, edited by Karen V. Kukil  (via woeful-walllflower)

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Even if you know what’s coming, you’re never prepared for how it feels.

—Natalie Standiford, How to Say Goodbye in Robot (via larmoyante)

And what is the most terrible thing about boredom? Why do we rush to dispel it? Because it is a distraction-free state which soon enough reveals underlying unpalatable truths about existence—our insignificance, our meaningless existence, our inexorable progression to deterioration and death.

The Schopenhauer Cure , Irvin Yalom (via kissfromfoucault)

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