Here are some photos of Jon Hamm from the Spring 2012 issue of C. In an interview with the magazine, Jon talked about how he doesn’t want to be typecasted in Hollywood and his relationship with the Mad Men cast — according to Jon, he loves his colleagues because they are people who are really good at the job, adding that they inspire and challenge him all the time. Good Lord, the man is bloody good looking, isn’t he?! I can’t enough of him!
"When faced with a decision, choose the path that feeds your soul."-Dorothy Mendoza Row (via astrowomyn)
"Sometimes there isn’t a single answer, but there is always the truth… I believe [the truth] is quite rare to find. It is born through process. It is gained through questioning. It is found in listening. It is about accepting that complex problems require complicated solutions"-John Legend at U.Penn Commencement Speech
"‘Cause the learning doesn’t stop, and there is no real “top”
-Dreamwriter (via dreamwriters)
There is no “full potential” that makes you come to a halt
Never ever a point in your life you’ll ever reach
Where you know enough or even know everything
There’s never nothing to do or no one to help
You think life’s so easy for them with all the pain that they’ve felt
We all go through our struggles, we all get into troubles
We all have something to fight for, that we’re willing to die for
Otherwise, just tell me, what kind of life are you living
If all you do is take and don’t know the meaning of giving"
"We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts not breaths; in feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart throbs. He most lives who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best."-Aristotle (via davenelson)
The Cat Daddy:
The Single Ladies Dance:
The Stanky Leg:
By far the greatest post to ever surface on Tumblr.
"He was still too young to know that the heart’s memory eliminates the bad and magnifies the good, and that thanks to this artifice we manage to endure the burden of the past."-
V.F. spotlit a young editor of the Harvard Law Review in 1990. Prescience!
Barack Obama, age 28, in his first Vanity Fair appearance; photograph by John Goodman.