Back to top.
You jump off a cliff because you know that when you land, and you crash like a bunch of Legos and you fall apart, you’ll pick up the pieces that are left of you. But you don’t reattach the ones that are not useful to you, that don’t feel like they’re you. Every time you jump, you have this opportunity—this really beautiful, fertile, uncomfortable period—where you’re not whole, but your essence is helping you attach things onto you, things that inspire you, things that you think are full of life.

— Arca - (Fader, Oct/Nov 2014)

10.01.14 2
Zoom
09.28.14 18941
Zoom
09.28.14 448
Zoom
08.22.14 141
Zoom
08.21.14 24
Zoom
08.10.14 2
Zoom
07.16.14 23263
Zoom  
07.16.14 169
Zoom
07.16.14 76
Zoom
06.22.14 26101
Zoom
06.19.14 126056
Zoom
04.19.14 1383
So many people glorify and romanticize “busy”. I do not. I value purpose. I believe in resting in reason and moving in passion. If you’re always busy/moving, you will miss important details. I like the mountain. Still, but when it moves, lands shift and earth quakes.

— (via the-london-kid)

03.11.14 41996
Zoom
02.20.14 3151
Zoom
10.30.13 6