Words

Here comes the sun

“I’m still a little bent, a little crooked, but all things considered, I can’t complain. After all those years of all kinds of abuse and crashing into trees at eighty miles and hour and jumping off buildings and living through overdoses and liver disease, I feel better now than I did ten years ago. I might have some scar tissue, but that’s all right, I’m still making progress. And when I do think “Man, a fucking motel room with a couple thousand dollars’ worth of narcotics would do me right,” I just look over at my dog and remember that Buster’s never seen me high.”

—   

Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue (via hithereimkristen)

The last paragraph of Scar Tissue brings back some powerful memories. 

(via fanaticbychoice)

Dreams and the Meaning of Life

What dreams can teach us about living a happy life is that dreams have meaning assigned to them reflexively, and while the dreamer is fully immersed in the dream there is no effort made for it to be a meaningful experience. Upon waking there is an immediate denial of this, at least most common people don’t find dreams meaningful. However, this same problem is found by many in waking life. How is life meaningful? When you consider death it seems meaningless, at least this seems to be many people’s train of thought. Here is the lesson dreams teach: while immersed in the moment of the experience, meaning and profundity can be found effortlessly. When considering a dream from the waking perspective it is meaningless, analogously when assessing life from the perspective of death it’s meaningless. We must assess the meaning of life in the moment of experience in order to find meaning and profundity effortlessly.

atomic-cherry-bomb:

collumns:

jellobiafrasays:

doors of perception (1970 ed., cover design by pat steir)

One of my faves


☄✧☽

atomic-cherry-bomb:

collumns:

jellobiafrasays:

doors of perception (1970 ed., cover design by pat steir)

One of my faves

☄✧☽

(via the-definition-of-sarcasm)

“Actual life was chaos, but there was something terribly logical in the imagination.”

—   Oscar Wilde, The picture of Dorian Gray (via alteringminds)

(Source: magicpassenger, via alteringminds)

“The only wealth which you will keep forever is the wealth you have given away.”

—   Marcus Aurelius (via philosophy-quotes)
soundsof71:

Robert Plant, Led Zeppelin, wondering if anybody here remembers laughter.

soundsof71:

Robert Plant, Led Zeppelin, wondering if anybody here remembers laughter.

(via rock-and-roll-will-never--die)

shes-california-dreamin:

Levon.
photo by Cathy Smith.

shes-california-dreamin:

Levon.

photo by Cathy Smith.

song-and-dance-man:

Bob Dylan playing ping-pong (second photo playing with Levon Helm)

As Clapton was taking his first solo on Further on Up the Road, his guitar strap came loose. Clapton said “Rob!” and Robertson picked up the solo without missing a beat.

(Source: lehnsherrism)