5. I never thought that I’d be discovered. I just thought I’d be somebody who was a hard worker. For me, things started to happen once I completely gave up the concept of being discovered. I discovered what I wanted to do. That would be my advice to young performers: don’t want to be famous. Want to be legendary. In many ways, fame is the industrial disease of creativity. It’s a sludgy byproduct of making things.

  6. humansofnewyork:

    “I’m living a good life. I’m a business owner. A lot of hotels say, ‘Come shine shoes for us. We will pay you better.’ I tell them: ‘Why would I do that? I am free.’” (Shaqlawa, Iraq)


  7. nevver:

    Toast it, Nick Sethi



  9. It’s my birthday.



  11. fuckyeahvintage-retro:

    Soda cans produced between 1930’s to 1970’s.



  13. If you are aware of a state which you call ‘is,’

    Or reality, or life, this implies another state called ‘isn’t.’

    Or illusion, or unreality, or nothingness, or death

    There it is, you can’t know one without the other

    And so, as to make life poignant

    It’s always got to come to an end

    — Alan Watts