“People will kill you. Over time they will shave out every last morsel of fun in you with little, harmless sounding phrases like: ‘Be realistic!’.”

Dylan Moran (via ladymegg)

“You’ve got to show the world who you are before it tells you.”

Chris Colfer, Struck By Lightning: The Carson Phillips Journal (via beingstrongistough)

“In what grade do we stop believing in ourselves? In what grade do we just stop believing period? Someone has to be a Nobel Peace Prize Winner. Someone has to be a ballerina. Why not us?”

Struck by Lightning: The Carson Phillips Journal (via cloudedsunshine)

“At what grade do we stop believing in ourselves?”

 Chris Colfer - Struck By Lightning (via nomsohayon)

“Young people with dreams are like baby turtles on the beach. The eggs hatch and they have to scramble to the water before the birds get them. We all have our sights set on the water, but only a lucky few make it there unscathed. Life has a way of swooping in and picking up the forces and beliefs that motivate us.”

Chris Colfer (via propane-and-matches)

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oscar worthy

verysharpteeth:

thousand-yard stare
    noun
    1. a vacant or unfocused gaze into the distance, seen as characteristic of a war-weary or traumatized soldier.