My world. Rock 'n' roll. Ballet. The sea.
And because I also need films in my life:
Do you sometimes feel like your personal life’s gonna be a complete disaster but you are like frozen and can’t do anything about it?
I’ve been feeling that way for quite some time now and I am too much of a coward to do something about it.
And it scares me so much. Oh, how it scares me.
Can’t bring myself to tell someone how I feel, can’t force myself to move my ass and change my own self. I’m stuck.
My mind is my prison. And there is no escape.
But I guess that if it truly happens, if my life ends up being a complete, pathetic mess, you’ll be able to say I had it coming.
"I am the designer of my own catastrophe".
"The only run worth making is the one that forces you to risk losing everything you have. Only by taking that risk can you hold on to the faith that you have something left to lose. Springsteen’s heroes and heroines face terror and survive it, face delight and die by its hand, and then watch as the process is reversed, understanding finally that they are paying the price of romanticizing their own fear." - Bruce Springsteen’s Born to Run (8/25/75)
Track - Quand On N’a Que L’amour
Artist - Jacques Brel
Album - Ne Me Quitte Pas
—Bruce Springsteen (via shithappens-so-fuckit)
Well I believe in the love that you gave me
I believe in the faith that could save me
I believe in the hope and I pray that some day it may raise me above these
Badlands, you gotta live it every day
Let the broken hearts stand as the price you’ve gotta pay
Keep pushin’ till it’s understood
And these badlands start treating us good