thepaintinghasalifeofitsown:

John William Waterhouse: A Naiad or Hylas with a Nymph (1893)

thepaintinghasalifeofitsown:

John William Waterhouse: A Naiad or Hylas with a Nymph (1893)

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I became an au pair because I like taking care of children, not lazy 50 year old adults.

@5 hours ago with 2 notes
#personal #feeling jaded #I'm thinking about running away #not yet but later 

"The damned romanticism of all these pure hearts! The vileness, the stupidity, the narrowness of these ‘rotten sentimental souls’!"

Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Notes from Underground (via livingmonstrosity)

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@19 hours ago with 69 notes
#Dostoyevsky #notes from the underground #quote 
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"We get into the habit of living before acquiring the habit of thinking."

Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus (via blacktout)
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#camus #Albert Camus #quote #the myth of sisyphus 

"His life was a constant war with insensate objects that fell apart, or attacked him, or refused to function, or viciously got themselves lost as soon as they entered the sphere of his existence."

Vladimir Nabokov, Pnin (via blacktout)
@50 minutes ago with 6 notes
#Nabokov #pnin #quote 

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@15 hours ago with 14494 notes

illustration for The Idiot by Jules Perahim

illustration for The Idiot by Jules Perahim

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@19 hours ago with 46 notes

"Living, naturally, is never easy. You continue making the gestures commanded by existence for many reasons, the first of which is habit. Dying voluntarily implies that you have recognized, even instinctively, the ridiculous character of that habit, the absence of any profound reason for living, the insane character of that daily agitation, and the uselessness of suffering."

Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus (via blacktout)
@19 hours ago with 58 notes
#Camus #Albert Camus #the myth of sisyphus #quote 

"I knew it wasn’t too important, but it made me sad anyway."

J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye (via simply-quotes)

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