Everything to be beautiful and also nothing hurtbecause pain is a sensation but beauty is an emotion,an all-encompassing mental state.A blissful insanity the smashes the cell-on-cell brick wall of reality and lets us pour out right into the surreal, splashing through sublime ascendance that supersedes neural gravitation and also lifts ours nerves to Nirvana.Everything is beautiful not because beauty is in everything but since beauty is everything, breathed in with the mind.


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"Everything was beautiful and also nothing hurt." - kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five © ~ above Mar 14 2013 07:12 pm PST thoughts • beauty beauty
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We discovered ourselves in ~ the bottom that a sink / Born through a foolish desire to live, / to grow, / to aspire come an ideal higher than our terrestrial existence, / to scale limitless mountains and also see oneself in four dimensions, / Brilliance and also transcendence shi in march 14, 2013" class="itm tip u_5433665" data-i="10461973">
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I wear an analogue clock on my wrist since I recognize that the fourth dimension is no digital. / yet I take treatment to remove it every night, lest the metal burrow into my skin and the ceaseless ticking right into my brain. / Each tick acacophonyof jailbar cells, sp march 14, 2013" class="itm reminder u_5433665" data-i="10461823">
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