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the four agreements-don miguel ruiz

“Action is about living fully. Inaction is the way that we deny life. Inaction is sitting in front of the television every day for years because you are afraid to be alive and to take the risk of expressing what you are.” (82) 564 more words

Like_minded Folks

from the memoirs of a non-enemy combatant-alex gilvarry

“And so I spent the rest of my first day getting lost, making transfers, missing connections, falling in love. New York’s subway system is a rubber band of sexual tension, stretched and twined around the boroughs, ready to snap.” (13) 409 more words

Like_minded Folks

not that kind of girl-lena dunham (part three)

“After all, desire is the enemy of contentment.” (143)

“We make up a few days later when, at a brunch potluck, I realize that I do, in fact, hate everybody. 262 more words

Like_minded Folks

confessions of an economic hit man-john perkins

“If any of my professors knew this, they had not admitted it-probably because big corporations, and the men who run them, fund colleges. Exposing the truth would undoubtably cost those professors their jobs-just as such revelations would cost me mine.” (32) 563 more words

Better Than Magazines

spotted this metrotextual (almost) week

-7.5 corgis

-a lady with a giant cart filled with churros on the a train

little lindsay for brunch at bareburger in astoria (is this what hanging out with TO people has come to?!) 148 more words


Soaking Up A Month of Music from Seattle to Manhattan

Oh what a month it has been to enjoy live music from coast to coast and I’ve enjoyed every moment with every artist. From Elvis Costello to Allen Stone to Griffin House to Hello Brooklyn to the Beatles cover band in the subway, we have been lucky enough to partake of their musical stylings. 716 more words


red hook'd*

on the way back from picking up our car for the weekend, hobo ken, we went to the red hook ikea, and i will now recommend this to anyone coming to new york who wants to see the statue of liberty. 243 more words