Dark Nights, Obsidian Dreams


Ask me something  
I'm just some loser that thinks way too much.
Melbourne, Australia.
All text, photos, quotes, links, audio and video are my own unless reblogged.
© Suna Erkaya 2013

We are the architects of our own misery.

— 5 hours ago
#Dark Nights Obsidian Dreams  #Misery  #Architect 
monsters-stole-my-memories:

Don’t you think silence is beautiful? It’s not only the absence of sound, but also of thought and feelings. Silence is like perceiving the world through a pane of glass, delicate and fragile yet enlightening and empowering. Silence is not only felt when forced, it is felt before the end of all things. When we [the human race] plunge into silence, we plunge into death, darkness, and devastation. 

monsters-stole-my-memories:

Don’t you think silence is beautiful? 
It’s not only the absence of sound, but also of thought and feelings. 
Silence is like perceiving the world through a pane of glass, delicate and fragile yet enlightening and empowering. 
Silence is not only felt when forced, it is felt before the end of all things. 
When we [the human race] plunge into silence, we plunge into death, darkness, and devastation. 

— 10 hours ago with 53 notes
Ugh I just want to pet it.

Ugh I just want to pet it.

(Source: 6-sexy-6-shrimp-6)

— 10 hours ago with 907 notes
gerrygreek:

Know Thyself
Inscription on a Roman mosaic from excavations in the Appian way, Rome.
The Greek motto Know Thyself (“γνῶθι σεαυτόν”, or nosce te ipsum in Latin) combined with the fallen skeleton image to convey the famous warning about the inevitability of death: 
Respice post te. Hominem te esse memento. Memento mori.
(Look behind. Remember that you are mortal. Remember death.)

gerrygreek:

Know Thyself

Inscription on a Roman mosaic from excavations in the Appian way, Rome.

The Greek motto Know Thyself (“γνῶθι σεαυτόν”, or nosce te ipsum in Latin) combined with the fallen skeleton image to convey the famous warning about the inevitability of death: 

Respice post te. Hominem te esse memento. Memento mori.

(Look behind. Remember that you are mortal. Remember death.)

— 1 day ago with 841 notes