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"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self."
Ernest Hemmingway (via awelltraveledwoman)

(Source: honey-rider, via awelltraveledwoman)

— 2 months ago with 2855 notes
humansofnewyork:

"I was an English teacher. The demands of the system required that I give out grades, but I never felt good about it. How do you grade someone’s writing? Writing is about revision. It’s about access to self. If a student writes a poem, and it’s the best they can do at the moment, how are you supposed to compare that to the student sitting next to them? How are you supposed to give one a 90, and one an 85?"

humansofnewyork:

"I was an English teacher. The demands of the system required that I give out grades, but I never felt good about it. How do you grade someone’s writing? Writing is about revision. It’s about access to self. If a student writes a poem, and it’s the best they can do at the moment, how are you supposed to compare that to the student sitting next to them? How are you supposed to give one a 90, and one an 85?"

— 2 months ago with 25224 notes
"There has never been a sadness that can’t be cured by breakfast food."
Ron Swanson (via theglasschild)

(Source: midwestraisedmidwestliving, via 52hearts)

— 2 months ago with 779 notes
"I only write when I am falling in love, or falling apart."
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"Forgiving is love’s toughest work, and love’s biggest risk. If you twist it into something it was never meant to be, it can make you a doormat or an insufferable manipulator. Forgiving seems almost unnatural. Our sense of fairness tells us people should pay for the wrong they do. But forgiving is love’s power to break nature’s rule."
Lewis B. Smedes (via picsandquotes)

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— 2 months ago with 1534 notes