Let Us Chant the Beauty of the Good

My name is Sarina. This will be a place for funny, inspirational, ridiculous & beautiful things.

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Amy Poehler and Aubrey Plaza attend ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ screening after party. 

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People will stare. Make it worth their while → Chanel Haute Couture | F/W ‘14-‘15

People will stare. Make it worth their while → Chanel Haute Couture | F/W ‘14-‘15

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netflixz:

driving past your old elementary school likeimage

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jcchandor:

In Greek, nostalgia literally means the pain from an old wound. It’s a twinge in your heart, far more powerful than memory alone. This device isn’t a spaceship. It’s a time machine. It goes backwards, forwards. It takes us to a place where we ache to go again. It’s not called the Wheel. It’s called a Carousel. It lets us travel the way a child travels. Around and around, and back home again… to a place where we know we are loved.

Mad Men, 1.13, “The Wheel

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If Daenerys and Margaery were ever to meet, do you think that they would get along or would there be some tension between them?

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The Kennedys + Vampire Weekend

YES.

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humansofnewyork:

"What’s been your greatest accomplishment?""Keeping in touch with distant friends and relatives.""Why is that important?""It’s important to always have people who remember you at various stages of your life. It’s especially important as you get older, because there are less of those people around. And they remind you who you are."

humansofnewyork:

"What’s been your greatest accomplishment?"
"Keeping in touch with distant friends and relatives."
"Why is that important?"
"It’s important to always have people who remember you at various stages of your life. It’s especially important as you get older, because there are less of those people around. And they remind you who you are."

Children’s and YA books are about being brave and kind, about learning wisdom and love, about that journey into and through maturity that we all keep starting, and starting again, no matter how old we get. I think that’s why so many adults read YA: we’re never done coming of age.

Betsy Cornwell, interview in Uncommon YA

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