"The quicker we all realize that we’ve been taught how to live life by people that were operating on the momentum of an ignorant past the quicker we can move to a global ethic of community that doesn’t value invented borders, or the monopolization of natural resources, but rather the goal of a happier, more loving humanity."
— Joe Rogan (via sirmitchell)
(Source: cavemancircus.com, via sirmitchell)
Who knew you’d walk into the same bar before your show. Some people call it starstruck, I call it “passionate about an artist,” and it doesn’t matter if you’re mainstream or indie. Wish there was more time for a conversation because you’re so weird, and that is reflected in your work. Your music jams, your art screams louder. Thanks for showing love last night by getting us into your sold out show in Houston at Fitzgerald’s. Only in Texas would there be crowd surfing and moshing to your music. Bananas!
P.S. Space City loves you
1. Learn to be alone and happy.
2. Volunteer as much as possible.
3. Be a better daughter, sister and aunt.
4. Submit writing to The Sun magazine.
5. Pay off school and car debt.*
*After winning the lotto.
"All the world’s major religions, with their emphasis on love, compassion, patience, tolerance, and forgiveness can and do promote inner values. But the reality of the world today is that grounding ethics in religion is no longer adequate. This is why I am increasingly convinced that the time has come to find a way of thinking about spirituality and ethics beyond religion altogether."
— Dalai Lama (via sirmitchell)
"I do not know much about writing rap lyrics, but I’m guessing that most rappers do not meet with physicists and cosmologists from MIT and Cornell before sitting down to write. But that’s exactly what Wu-Tang Clan founding member GZA did during the creation of his new album, Dark Matter — a project the rapper hopes will turn his audience on to science."
— GZA and Neil deGrasse Tyson team up on a hip-hop record about science (via poptech)