it comes in waves
And the funny thing is, our cells are completely regenerating every seven years. We’ve already become completely different people several times over, and yet we always remain quintessentially ourselves.
Waking Life (The Aging Paradox)
I know we haven’t met, but I don’t want to be an ant. You know? I mean, it’s like we go through life with our antennas bouncing off one another, continuously on ant autopilot, with nothing really human required of us. Stop. Go. Walk here. Drive there. All action basically for survival. All communication simply to keep this ant colony buzzing along in an efficient, polite manner. “Here’s your change.” “Paper or plastic?’ “Credit or debit?” “You want ketchup with that?” I don’t want a straw. I want real human moments. I want to see you. I want you to see me. I don’t want to give that up. I don’t want to be ant, you know?
Richard Linklater, Waking Life (2001)
You haven’t met yourself yet. But the advantage to meeting others in the meantime is that one of them may present you to yourself. Examine the nature of everything you observe.
Waking Life (via nicolaslamoureux)

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sixpenceee:

guykneecologist:

This.

omfg reblogging till the end of time


We come from queens not slaves

We come from queens not slaves

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sucullents:

FREAKS AND GEEKS

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FREAKS AND GEEKS

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