I’m not sure if I’m depressed. I mean, I’m not exactly sad. But I’m not exactly happy either. I can laugh and joke and smile during the day, But sometimes when I’m alone at night I forget how to feel.
John Green (via wanksclub)

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For someone who thinks you’re so well-adjusted, you’re awfully vain.

People change, I guess I was dumb enough to believe that you won’t.

I hope you’re happy, even though it kills me. I’m gonna try to smile for you :) Maybe I’m the silly one, hanging on to you for so long when I know you’re only wasting my time. But, I regret nothing. I’m only sorry that…

Spending monotonous hours among the common people, the resigned ones, the collaborators, the conformists - isn’t living; it’s a vegetative existence, simply the transport, in ambulatory form, of a mass of flesh and bones. Life needs the exquisite and sublime experience of rebellion in action as well as thought.
Severino Di Giovanni (via aflameoffreedom)

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Man is alienated from his authentic self and…thus an easy, indeed willing, victim of a vast and efficient collective modeled after mass-production processes and often a brutalized weapon in the arsenal of such a collective in its effort to achieve universality.
William V. Spanos, A Casebook on Existentialism (via shanemcmuffin)

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There is an inner beauty about a woman who believes in herself, who knows she is capable of anything that she puts her mind to. There is a beauty in the strength and determination of a woman who follows her own path, who isnt thrown off by obstacles along the way. There is a beauty about a woman whose confidence comes from experiences; who knows she can fall, pick herself up, and move on.

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Do You Hear the People Sing?: A World to Win - the book: A rough guide to a future without global capitalism By Paul Feldman & Corinna Lotz


People throughout the world experience daily the impact of powerful economic and technological forces on their lives. The intensity and speed of change is unprecedented. Societies, communities and individuals are continuously buffeted by the globalisation whirlwind. Urban and rural areas have…

Democracy and “generally recognized” morality are not the only victims of imperialism. The third suffering martyr is “universal” common sense. This lowest form of the intellect is not only necessary under all conditions but under certain conditions is also adequate. Common sense’s basic capital consists of the elementary conclusions of universal experience: not to put one’s fingers in fire, whenever possible to proceed along a straight line, not to tease vicious dogs … and so forth and so on. Under a stable social milieu common sense is adequate for bargaining, healing, writing articles, leading trade unions, voting in parliament, marrying and reproducing the race. But when that same common sense attempts to go beyond its valid limits into the arena of more complex generalizations, it is exposed as just a clot of prejudices of a definite class and a definite epoch. No more than a simple capitalist crisis brings common sense to an impasse; and before such catastrophes as revolution, counter-revolution and war, common sense proves a perfect fool. In order to realize the catastrophic transgressions against the “normal” course of events higher qualities of intellect are necessary, philosophically expressed as yet only by dialectic materialism.
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