Herthen
I learned that people can easily forget that others are human.
"Prisoner" from the Stanford Prison Experiment (1971)
pompeivsmagnvs:

The Good Shepherdess

Ian Lawson

pompeivsmagnvs:

The Good Shepherdess

Ian Lawson

You’re going to lose people on your life. And realise that no matter how much time you spent with them, or how much you appreciated them, it will never seem like it was enough.
Unknown (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
I think above all else. At the end of the day, the character of a person matters the most. The deeds they have done, the person that they are, how they treat others, how they treat themselves, their intentions, honesty, and the convictions that they stand by. Everything else like looks or success matter very little.
(via psych-facts)
humansofnewyork:

"I was an angry teenager.""Where was your anger directed?""Toward my father when I was young, then toward myself when I was older.""Why were you angry with your father?""Because he was also an alcoholic."

humansofnewyork:

"I was an angry teenager."
"Where was your anger directed?"
"Toward my father when I was young, then toward myself when I was older."
"Why were you angry with your father?"
"Because he was also an alcoholic."

bluegrassbohemian:

justenoughisplenty:

"I’m too busy to be lonely," declares "Granny" Eva Barnes Henderson, who at age 83 lives alone in a small, time-weathered house near the banks of the Buffalo River.
National Geographic - March, 1977

bluegrassbohemian:

justenoughisplenty:

"I’m too busy to be lonely," declares "Granny" Eva Barnes Henderson, who at age 83 lives alone in a small, time-weathered house near the banks of the Buffalo River.

National Geographic - March, 1977