Always Shall Be Yours

slytherihn:

Hate that horrible silence while you’re working/studying? Perhaps your music is annoying you? Or maybe you just want to relax. Try these to help you fill the silence:

Try these out and you’ll feel yourself focusing a little more.

Everyone’s allowed to be in love with the wrong person at some point. In fact, it’s a mistake not to be.
Harriet Evans (via a-thousand-words)

whothehellisbenedict:

remember when george takei was actually supposed to be complimenting ben c and his performance and not only refused to do it but actually threw so much shade jj abrams way that conan had to derail the whole thing or else white people would actually have to be uncomfortable and listen for a while?

starlions:

hipster kirk to go with that hipster spock

starlions:

hipster kirk to go with that hipster spock

spacehotelusa:

life tip: if a recipe says to add one clove of garlic, add fifty instead

leapsofillogic:

I could not not draw this after amandagraysonn described it to me omgalksjf 
I believe that Sarek wanted to be a good father but he was so consumed by the fact that he wanted Spock to be as good, if not better, than his full-vulcan peers, that he just pushed him to the point where their relationship was strained. But maybe there was a time when they had these moments.

leapsofillogic:

I could not not draw this after amandagraysonn described it to me omgalksjf 

I believe that Sarek wanted to be a good father but he was so consumed by the fact that he wanted Spock to be as good, if not better, than his full-vulcan peers, that he just pushed him to the point where their relationship was strained. But maybe there was a time when they had these moments.

When someone tells you, “I love you,” and then you feel, “Oh, I must be worthy after all,” that’s an illusion. That’s not true. Or someone says, “I hate you,” and you think, “Oh, God, I knew it; I’m not very worthy,” that’s not true either. Neither one of these thoughts hold any intrinsic reality. They are an overlay. When someone says, “I love you,” he is telling you about himself, not you. When someone says, “I hate you,” she is telling you about herself, not you. World views are self views—literally.
Adyashanti  (via larmoyante)