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


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"Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt." - Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five © on Mar 14 2013 07:12 PM PST think • beauty
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I slept with a ghost named Paradise last night. / She had eyes like Neptune and hair as long as history / and she whispered her secrets into my ear until sunrise. / Tales of the lies shed told and the societies shed seduced. / How she was born on the day March 31, 2013" class="itm tip u_5433665" data-i="10507123">
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We found ourselves at the bottom of a valley / Born with a mad desire to live, / To grow, / To aspire to an ideal higher than our terrestrial existence, / To scale infinite mountains and see ourselves in four dimensions, / Brilliance and transcendence shi March 14, 2013" class="itm tip u_5433665" data-i="10461973">
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I wear an analogue clock on my wrist because I know that the fourth dimension is not digital. / But I take care to remove it each night, lest the metal burrow into my skin and the ceaseless ticking into my brain. / Each tick acacophonyof jailbar cells, sp March 14, 2013" class="itm tip u_5433665" data-i="10461823">
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