Tilda Swinton by Karl Lagerfeld. CHANEL Paris-Ediburgh AD Campaign. 2013
this is the first day i’m actually alone at home with me&myself. i’m bored and being alone after those gorgeous days it’s just a total bullshit. but,anyway,it’s a great time to make some brain cleaning and to make up my mind. after yoga classes i became more patient and calm.now i understand what actually means ” healthy body = healthy mind”. i thought a lot,i made a lot and i’ve understood one important thing - everything you care for- it’s only yours. no one else can’t tell who the or what the fuck is right or not. i regret being foolish and believing people that there is something right and something wrong. at one moment i’ve understood that i hate being critisized and i hate being close with people,who want to change me.i just want to be the way i am. the only human you need to compare yourself with-it’s just you in the past. i know it sounds like some kind of typical tumblr quote but who gives a fuck? :)
and,of course,falling in love. and no matter if it is some foolish love story , self-loving stuff or love for art,cinema ad books. love is the only power that can motivate us and make us do some gorgeous and important things. don’t be afraid of being typical. do not try to be “not like the others” . cause in conclusion ,you’re doing it for yourself,not for that woman,who hates your haircut or that man who says you’re boring. all these people have something they need to work with. especially,with themselves.
yeah i know it’s hilarious,but let it be some kind of ingenue-diary.
love & pray
People look at the stage curtain entitled ‘the Minotaur’s body dressed as Harlequin’ painted by Picasso in 1936 for Romain Rolland’s play ‘Le 14 Juillet’ at the Abattoirs museum in Toulouse, south of France, on April 28, 2011. The museum will be hosting the ‘Modern and contempory masterpieces’ exhibition from April, 15 to August 21, 2011.
Tilda Swinton by Tim Walker for W Magazine, May 2013
Spike and Robin Wright at the L.A Moneyball Premiere (2011)
Ma nuit chez Maud, 1969, Eric Rohmer
delete the people that make you feel bad about yourself from your life, unfollow them, delete their numbers, erase their texts, find happier people, pet a dog, watch a silly movie, forget about them, you’re better off