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Brilliant

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I felt the taste of mortality in my mouth, and at that moment I understood that I was not going to live forever. It takes a long time to learn that, but when you finally do, everything changes inside you, you can never be the same again. I was seventeen years old, and all of a sudden, without the slightest flicker of a doubt, I understood that my life was my own, that it belonged to me and no one else.
I’m talking about freedom. A sense of despair that becomes so great, so crushing, so catastrophic, that you have no choice but to be liberated by it.
Moon Palace by Paul Auster  (via ewok-gia)