Can’t wait for this to be out!
zombie romance… because vampires are so last year. xD
i just died.
Never know what you’ll find when you browse through some Archives….
William Shatner, 1952. Newton Photographic Associate.
Excuse me while I jpefölnwgfzhujdisk.
Oh you beautiful, beautiful man.
Built this tree house for my kids
What I’d give for a treehouse like this!
The end of the world had come often, and continues to often come. Unforgiving, unrelenting, bringing darkness upon darkness, the end of the world is something we have become well acquainted with, habitualized, made into a ritual. It is our religion to try to forget it in its absence, make peace with it when it is undeniable, and return its embrace when it finally comes for us, as it always does. There has yet to be a human to survive a span of history without at least one end of the world. It is the subject of extensive debate whether stillborn babies are subject to the same revelations - if we could say that they have lived without endings. This debate, of course, demands a close examination of that more profound question: Was the world first created or ended? When the Lord our God breathed on the universe, was that a genesis or a revelation? Should we count those seven days forward or backward? How did the apple taste, Adam? And the half a worm you discovered in that sweet and bitter pulp: was that the head or the tail?
— Jonathan Safran Foer, ‘Everything is Illuminated’
“You and I also began with the Big Bang, because all substance in the universe is an organic unity. Once in a primeval age all matter was gathered in a clump so enormously massive that a pinhead weighed many billions of tons. This ‘primeval atom’ exploded because of the enormous gravitation. It was as if something disintegrated. When we look up at the sky, we are trying to find the way back to ourselves.
All the stars and galaxies in the universe are made of the same substance. Parts of it have lumped themselves together, some here, some there. There can be billions of light years between one galaxy and the next. But they all have the same origin. All stars and all planets belong to the same family… we too are stardust.”
— Jostein Gaarder, Sophie’s World