I believe in the value of the book, which keeps something irreplaceable, and in the necessity of fighting to secure its respect.

Jacques Derrida: Paper Machine (translated by Rachel Bowlby)

Things in life change. But they change like a roller coaster that repeats the same motions. Our pain and heartache won’t stop until we detach ourselves not just from the bad in our life, but from the good. I’m not saying that our lives should be devoid of good things. I’m saying that our karma ends when we stop clinging to everything such as our judgments, opinions, catch phrases, advice, traditions, ideologies, beliefs. we mistakenly keep placing our illusions at the center of our own world only to call them our reality. it’s only logical that our suffering would ensue thereafter.

omg. I took a shower when I got home from the beach to find that the water felt like it was stinging my back. I got super sunburnt. I can’t remember a time when I’ve been burnt this bad before. You can see the parts it missed and how lighter my skin was prior. i had sun screen on, but just not on my back… -___- it’s stings so bad!! :((( noooo.Maybe it doesn’t look that bad, I guess. But it feels like it, dammit! lol

omg. I took a shower when I got home from the beach to find that the water felt like it was stinging my back. I got super sunburnt. I can’t remember a time when I’ve been burnt this bad before. You can see the parts it missed and how lighter my skin was prior. i had sun screen on, but just not on my back… -___- it’s stings so bad!! :((( noooo.

Maybe it doesn’t look that bad, I guess. But it feels like it, dammit! lol