The Tumbling Dot

dopenmind:

Me too.

harperperennial:

I’m not here to rag on Vogue (Roxane livetweeted the September issue, after all), but I will definitely take anything that calls Bad Feminist highbrow and brilliant.

harperperennial:

I’m not here to rag on Vogue (Roxane livetweeted the September issue, after all), but I will definitely take anything that calls Bad Feminist highbrow and brilliant.

mangoestho:

jabaribrown:

January 2014  Shot by Ben Ferrari

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mangoestho:

jabaribrown:

January 2014 
Shot by Ben Ferrari

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Success is being able to look in the mirror and know that I am all right on that day. I don’t believe I’ve made it. I believe that I’m making it. I believe that I found my past so I can live in the present. It’s the most important thing to me. In the books and the plays and the touring and the gigs and the speeches and the – and the cash – it all pales into insignificance when compared with knowing that I didn’t do anything wrong. And I’m OK now.

In a fantastic episode of NPR’s TED Radio Hour, poet Lemn Sissay echoes Thoreau.

Complement with 5½ excellent commencement addresses on defining your own success.

(via explore-blog)

bombmagazine:

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dynamicafrica:

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