“He misses the feeling of creating something out of something. That’s right — something out of something. Because something out of nothing is when you make something up out of thin air, in which case it has no value. Anybody can do that. But something out of something means it was really there the whole time, inside you, and you discover it as part of something new, that’s never happened before.” —Suddenly, a knock on the door, Etgar Keret (via theidealteenagegirl)
Someone sell me their copy of TDAGARIM on vinyl so i can be happy for once.
“I am a forest, and a night of dark trees: but he who is not afraid of my darkness, will find banks full of roses under my cypresses.” —Friedrich Nietzsche (via natural-magics)