Finally got around to finishing 1Q84.
Incredible, as to be expected. Finishing any book has always had an effect on me, but Murakami’s works will always stand out as something exceptional.
Kill the lights. These children learn from cigarette burns, fast cars, fast women and cheap drinks
“I am struck by how, except when you’re young, you really need to prioritize in life, figuring out in what order you should divide up your time and energy. If you don’t get that sort of system set by a certain age, you’ll lack focus and your life will be out of balance.” —What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami (via thechocolatebrigade)
“It wasn’t my day. My week. My month. My year. My life. God damn it.” —Pulp, Charles Bukowski (via theoldludwigvan)
We got inches away and I never even got close.
“Is it wrong to trust in a beautiful lie if it helps you get through life?” —A Complicated Kindness (via quote-book)
Someone should distract me from this essay.
I'm constantly stuck between wanting to understand more and wishing I didn't understand as much as I do.
Black Friday should not exist.
Especially when it requires me to go into work at 3 AM. FUCKKKKK THISSS