A photographer, music addict, an inspired by almost anything man. I try to keep my head up all the time, i succeed at this most of the times. And i hope for a quiet sleep sometimes. In this space, I try to focus on what inspires me, I post the usual human observations, as I tend to slow down my life's pace and reflect on the beautiful world and its beauties. I use this tumblr in a way to help myself and the people who read and pass by to enjoy some positive thoughts, and beautiful things. Because we all beautiful, and we all deserve beautiful things. :) Follow me on twitter: @7amanito ,, For my photography: www.500px.com/heartoflife
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what are you thankful for today?
- Jamie Tworkowski (via thatkindofwoman)
I’m not a mediocre person.. I can’t be..
The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Like nothing I’ve read.
It’s not only a novel, but a form of a self-reflection that Salinger was describing.. An accurate description and analysis of the New York of that time. the phonies, the glamour, the fakeness, the lack of morality and human ambition, the coldness of the heart of the city..
And that part on how he hated the war, that part was magnificent! like I’ve never seen. so smart, so beautiful.. Salinger is seriously an emotional person, with amazing hopes for the world he lives in but, the problem is that he sometimes gets it all wrong in his hopes.. I felt like I was really reading Salinger the person, not a novel.. what an amazing narration..
not to mention that he is funny. seriously making me laugh when i’m all alone in a cafe looking like a fool!
I love it.
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- Paul Hawkens (via creatingaquietmind)
I actually enjoyed “Catching Fire”.
Full of humanism and the ability of man to overcome the machine.
Full of the moral being.
Salinger is a fucking genius!