The feeling of safety is what I miss. When I’m sleeping with someone I care about, I feel protected. When their arms are around you, anything could happen, but it wouldn’t matter because the pull of their arm and the warmth of their body shows that they are there. Their heartbeat intertwines with yours, for one moment you feel like one. This is what I miss.
if i light my cigarettes with a barque lighter like this guy will girls start kissing me like this girl is????
The way the Tower fell was scary Look, it didn’t just break off, it crashed down as if it was a domino effect, floor by floor. There were people in that building. Take a moment out of your day and reblog this for the people who saved lives that day and for the poor souls who didn’t make it.
you must understand that by looking at this gif youre watching people loose their lives. RIP 9/11 Victims
this is insane :(
this is triggering but everyone should watch.
everyone should just take 5 minutes of their time to watch this.
wow… im in tears over this. VERY powerful.
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Reblogging this again because it’s so fucking important. If someone you love is having these same issues, do something about it. Don’t wait until it’s too fucking late…. That guilt will eat you alive, believe me.
Going to reblog this on my other tumblrs because I think some of my followers need to see this. I cried. Everything about this is perfect.
I love this band,now I love them even more.
So so so touching. It’s amazing how true it is.
This plant is called “makahiya”; in Tagalog, ‘hiya’ means shy.
Upon being touched, this plant’s leaves immediately fold up together as if the plant is shy except you have to be careful how much you do that because it starts killing the plant.
this moment is the exact definition of perfection; i don’t know anything more intense and beautiful than two people, madly wanting each other but still restraining themselves because the tension is too flawless to be broken.
British banking giant HSBC did a clever thing with a swimming pool: they took a picture of New York City from above and applied it to the bottom to make a point about climate change and rising sea levels. The effect is nothing short of amazing. My eyeballs are still having trouble not believing these people aren’t swimming a thousand feet above the NY skyline. Granted, sea levels would never rise that much — and the water probably wouldn’t be crystal clear (or toxin-free) — but, it still makes you think. (source: groovygreen.com)