“Man’s respect for knowledge is one of his most peculiar characteristics. Knowledge in Latin is scientia, and science came to be the name of the most respectable kind of knowledge.”—Imre Lakatos (Curd, Martin, and J. A. Cover. Philosophy of Science: The Central Issues, p. 20. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1998. Print.)
If you love your friends, drag them. Call them on their shit so they can get it together. Come for their edges and then apply jamaican black castor oil to the bald spots. Read them like a Dr. Seus book. Because you care about them and caring about people means telling them they’re full of bullshit every now and then.
“I’m always annoyed about why black people have to bear the brunt of everybody else’s contempt. If we are not totally understanding and smiling, suddenly we’re demons.”—Toni Morrison (via eshusplayground)
“All things, even the deepest sorrow or the most profound happiness are all temporary. Hope is fuel for the soul, without hope, forward motion ceases.”—Landon Parham, First Night of Summer (via thatkindofwoman)