“Enlightenment is a destructive process. It has nothing to do with becoming better or being happier. Enlightenment is the crumbling away of untruth. It’s seeing through the facade of pretence. It’s the complete eradication of everything we imagined to be true.”—
“Mayo figures to be on the field all three downs, but next to him, do the Patriots use Hightower, Spikes or White, or do they use a “money” safety like Tavon Wilson or Nate Ebner and have that player spy Locker or Johnson out of the backfield? Would they use this dime package even against a base offensive set from the Titans? Would doing so risk a mismatch against Cook in the middle of the field?”—Big Decision: Who plays sub ‘backer? - New England Patriots Blog - ESPN Boston
“The path to enlightenment is not a path at all, it’s actually a metaphor for the time it takes for you to allow yourself to be happy with who you already are, where you’re already at, and what you already have - no matter what.”—Mike Dooley, Notes from the Universe (via dianelaura)
I’m looking forward to that time tomorrow when the Rapture doesn’t happen and crazy people go: “Oh, hey, that was dumb. Let’s never believe another crazy thing,” and then they never do. That’s going to be the best.
Loves to chat. Loves those who love them. Loves to takes things at the centre. Inner and physical beauty. Lies but doesn’t pretend. Gets angry often. Treats friends importantly. Brave and fearless. Always making friends. Easily hurt but recovers easily. Daydreamer. Opinionated….