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    to be alone with you
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    sufjan stevens

100, 72, 12, 11, 1

100. Do you like the way you look?

So langsam hab ich mich dran gewöhnt. ;)
Nee. Aber im großen uns ganzen bin ich zufrieden an den meisten Tagen

72. Nice stomach or nice arms - what is better?

An mir? An jemand anderem? Und was ist ‘nice’?

12. Have you had sex?


11. Been drunk and threw up?

auch das

1. Last kiss?

Letzte Woche Dienstag.


"I just need a person" or "I just used a person"

I feel like the original way you read it says something about you.


(Source: unhazed, via gl-uuue-ck)

Timestamp: 1397385242

kill your curiosity - Please

  • 1. Last kiss
  • 2. Last phone call
  • 3. Last text message
  • 4. Last song you listened to
  • 5. Last time you cried
  • 6. Dated someone twice
  • 7. Been cheated on
  • 8. Self harmed
  • 9. Lost someone special
  • 10. Been depressed
  • 11. Been drunk and threw up
  • 12. had sex
  • 13. How many people have you had sex with this year?
  • 15. Made a new friend
  • 17. Laughed until you cried
  • 18. Met someone who changed you
  • 19. Found out who your true friends were
  • 20. Found out someone was talking about you
  • 26. What did you do for your last Birthday
  • 27. What time did you wake up today
  • 29. Name something you CANNOT wait for
  • 30. Last time you saw your all of your siblings at the same time
  • 31. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life
  • 32. What are you listening to right now
  • 33. When is the last time you had sex?
  • 34. Who's getting on your nerves right now
  • 35. Most visited webpage
  • 36. Favorite colour
  • 37. Nicknames
  • 38. Relationship Status
  • 39. Zodiac sign
  • 40. Male or female
  • 41. Primary school
  • 42. Secondary School
  • 43. High school/college
  • 44. Eye color
  • 46. Height
  • 47. Do you have a crush on someone
  • 48. What do you like about yourself
  • 49. Piercings
  • 50. Tattoos
  • 51. Righty or lefty
  • 53. First piercing
  • 54. First best friend
  • 55. First hookup
  • 56. First Bestfriend
  • 59. Eating
  • 60. Drinking
  • 61. I'm about to
  • 62. Listening to
  • 63. Waiting for
  • 64. Want kids?
  • 65. Get married?
  • 66. Career
  • 67. Lips or eyes
  • 68. Hugs or kisses
  • 69. Shorter or taller
  • 70. Older or Younger
  • 71. Romantic or spontaneous
  • 72. Nice stomach or nice arms
  • 73. Sensitive or loud
  • 74. Hook-up or relationship
  • 76. Kissed a stranger
  • 77. Drank hard liquor
  • 78. Lost glasses/contacts
  • 79. Had sex
  • 80. Broken someone's heart
  • 82. Been arrested
  • 83. Turned someone down
  • 84. Cried when someone died
  • 85. Fallen for a friend
  • 86. Yourself
  • 87. Miracles
  • 88. Love at first sight
  • 89. Heaven
  • 90. Santa Clause
  • 91. Kiss on the first date
  • 92. Angels
  • 93. How would you label yourself?
  • 94. Someone You Pray Everyday For
  • 95. Did you sing today
  • 96. Who From All Your Ex's have You Cared The Most About
  • 97. If you could go back in time, how far would you go?
  • 98. Out Of Everything In The World What Do You Wish For
  • 99. Are you afraid of falling in love?
  • 100. Do you like the way you look?

Der Zuschauer

Wie lebt man sein Leben? Wie erlebt man jeden einzelnen Tag, jede Stunde und Sekunde? Wie kann man aktiv alles miterleben was tagtäglich um einen herum passiert?

Manchmal steht die Welt um mich herum still. Es passiert so viel und für mich doch nichts. Menschen laufen um mich herum: Geld, Arbeit, Zukunft. Sie hasten irgendwo hin, zu einem Ziel. 
Und ich stehe in meiner Blase, schaue zu, schaue wie alles vergeht und bin Zuschauer wie meine Zukunft zu meiner Gegenwart wird. 

The problem with stereotypes.


Today, I was sitting at university listening to Harry Boyte who gave an inspiring speech about the Social Movement in the 1960s and Public Achievement. One thing he emphasized was that our world is traversed by stereotypes that built our picture of the world and its citizens. He’s true!
Far too often we hear phrases like: “The Germans are always on time and a hardworking community.” Or “Americans always eat at McDonalds.” But do those assertions fit with the truth? And more important: Are we even willing to learn about the truth anymore? 
It’s easy to take over everything you hear about other people, other cultures, about the strange others. It’s easier than facing the unknown. It’s easier to believe in all those stereotypes than finding out that the world isn’t as simple as we thought it is. People aren’t simple. Cultures aren’t primitiv just because they still only hunt and gather to survive. Governments aren’t always the ‘Bad’ ones.
A second look behind the fassade of stereotypes could offer a new and deeper point of view. It could make us more alertly to what’s happening in our world and to who shapes our picture of it.

Think twice. Are the bad ones really bad? Or could the good ones have a bad side too? Do you really know the people you live with or did you just make up a picture about them in your head?
Is everything as simple as it seems?