Solitary people. Some people are so used to solitude with themselves that they never compare themselves to others, but spin forth their monologue of a life in a calm, joyous mood, holding good conversations with themselves, even laughing. But if they are made to compare themselves with others, they tend to a brooding underestimation of their selves: so that they have to be forced to learn again from others to have a good, fair opinion of themselves. And even from this learned opinion they will always want to detract or reduce something.
Thus one must grant certain men their solitude, and not be silly enough, as often happens, to pity them for it.
“What are your hobbies??? What do you do for fun? Do you play any sports??!?”
1 year ago —50534 notes
•same•i actually got asked this when i got my new glasses•'no i don't need extra durable frames just give me something for non-computer glare ok thanks'
1 year ago —115 notes
•same•'ok this time i'm gonna romance someone else and not play a mage'•NOPE
This is one of the most beautiful and true things ever.
I will not lie, i am tearing up after seeing this.
((This needs to be here.))
this is actually the most true thing for any author artist and anyone really gosh i love this uvu
I think I would be okay with having a kid at some point if it turned out to be a Krogan
There’s nothing more satisfying.