Ephemeral Beings

Consider this a beginning of a venture into the unknown, a spectacle of the world and everything it encompasses that through my disjointed perspective.
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'The city looks so peaceful from up here. … Anything is peaceful from one thousand, three hundred and fifty-three feet.’
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)


Put a pancake on a girl’s head when she’s asleep to keep her warm and safe. 

“One day, you’ll just be a memory to some people. Do your best to be a good one.”

Unknown  (via psych-facts)


"And on the Mexican border, Someone has ripped through a fence Of reinforced chicken wire With bolt cutters, And erected a hammock By suspending it Between two of the fence’s Concrete pillars.
After swinging gently back and forth, From Texas to Mexico and then From Mexico back to Texas, They doze off; contemptuous Of the security guards Patrolling this artificial demarcation – For, once upon a time, Texas was Mexico And Texas didn’t exist.
When Eugene Debs was imprisoned For conscientious objection in World War One He said, on September 11th 1915, ‘I have no country to fight forMy country is the earthI’m a citizen of the world.’”
– Heathcote Williams, “No Borders”