souvenirs: tattoo from london & shirt from amsterdam


at The Tenth Ring of Hell


I actually believe in this phrase. It may be antiquated but when I shake hands with another man I can pretty much tell their character just from that handshake, it’s something my father taught me and it holds true in my case. Those that have shaken my hand with a firm grip tend to be those that I respect the most not because of their firm grip but the strength of their character. Also just watching the way people move their hands says a lot as well, the way they pick up their pencil, the way they move their hand through their hair, the way the position their hands when they stand relaxed says a lot in my opinion as well.
Nothing lasts,” she says, and there’s a little crack in her voice. “You think it’s going to. You think, ‘Here’s something I can hold on to,’ but it always slips away.’ Tim Tharp, The Spectacular Now  (via c-oquetry)

(Source: splitterherzen, via herskeleton)