Juliana. Twenty-Three. Southern California. Lesbian. Unschooled/Homeschooled. Ravenclaw. Completely obsessed with space, psychology and existing. Decently obsessed with sign language and photography. Oh yeah, and Harry Potter :D
I like everything, but I love Yoga, Photography, Girls, Life, Colors, Love, Piercings, Harry Potter, Paint, Laughing, Sign Language, Thrift Stores, Lace, Bracelets, Tattoos, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Rain, Earth, Wind
I post a lot of pictures of inspiring quotes, beautiful girls, film pictures, things I find artistic, gifs from movies, and anything else I find particularly lovely.
I'm hopelessly optimistic about life and feel like I can accomplish anything.
All I'm really focused on these days is loving and living life, just remembering how precious it is. I feel like most people are too focused on power and money, while we should just be enjoying the little things.
I no longer have the energy for meaningless friendships, forced interactions or unnecessary conversations.
— (via hylophobic)
I hate it when people act like anger invalidates a cause, because when it comes down to it the privileged are the only ones who can afford to remain calm.
When the privileged are angry they’re; passionate, invested, patriotic, of spirit and righteous.
When the oppressed are angry they’re; savage, incapable of rationality, primitive, beastial, juvenile and violent.
Tone policing ain’t nothing but shifting goal posts towards dehumanization.
Human beings are works in progress who mistakenly think they’re finished.
— Dan Gilbert (via psych-facts)
the idea of being right-handed or left-handed is so fucked up. like how in the hell is it evolutionarily advantageous to have one hand that’s good at everything and one that’s fucking useless. why aren’t we all dead.
if you think black women wearing their hair natural is unprofessional you are racist.
May you express a difficult truth and find yourself loved and accepted even more fully.
Let people feel the weight of who you are and let them deal with it.
— John Eldridge (via psych-facts)