TorkieeStar5's Musicings & Words

Written words strung together, observations, songs, pictures, art, colour, humor, love & life!


Reblogged from humansofnewyork
humansofnewyork:

"There are a lot of ‘Irish’ pubs in America, but they just don’t have the ‘craic.’ You know the word ‘craic,’ don’t you? Craic is a special fun atmosphere that Irish people can produce. Some Irish people have more craic than others. There are all kinds of craic. There’s good craic, mighty craic, savage craic, and deadly craic. Then there are boring people who have no fun inside of them. We call that minus craic."

Here’s to creating places of craic everywhere, as it should be!

humansofnewyork:

"There are a lot of ‘Irish’ pubs in America, but they just don’t have the ‘craic.’ You know the word ‘craic,’ don’t you? Craic is a special fun atmosphere that Irish people can produce. Some Irish people have more craic than others. There are all kinds of craic. There’s good craic, mighty craic, savage craic, and deadly craic. Then there are boring people who have no fun inside of them. We call that minus craic."

Here’s to creating places of craic everywhere, as it should be!

Reblogged from anghellic-paradox
Hey hey…importance!

Hey hey…importance!

(Source: anghellic-paradox, via fuckyeahreading)

Reblogged from waterproofvalentines
thelearningbrain:

meditationsinwonderland:

ॐ quotes, stillness ॐ

I know you’re out there. :)

Comforting to know, you know.

thelearningbrain:

meditationsinwonderland:

ॐ quotes, stillness ॐ

I know you’re out there. :)

Comforting to know, you know.

(Source: waterproofvalentines)

Reblogged from olplya

midnightsun17:

thedaughterofvalentine:

thelastofthemorgensterns:

olplya:

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DYSTOPIAN HEAVEN

Praise the person who had created this post

Awkward moment when you have already read all of those

Oh yeah…..ah. Getting lost in future worlds!

(via thelearningbrain)

Reblogged from twloha
Our truest response to the irrationality of the world is to paint or sing or write, for only in such response do we find truth. Madeleine L’Engle (via twloha)

So true!

Reblogged from humansofnewyork
humansofnewyork:

"My favorite moment is any time that a kid looks at me, and I can tell from the look in his eye that he wants to be a musician. Yesterday I gave a drumstick to a kid with a mohawk, and from the excitement in his face, I could tell that he’d never need drugs and alcohol as long as he could play music."

That’s the greatest gift: the power of music!

humansofnewyork:

"My favorite moment is any time that a kid looks at me, and I can tell from the look in his eye that he wants to be a musician. Yesterday I gave a drumstick to a kid with a mohawk, and from the excitement in his face, I could tell that he’d never need drugs and alcohol as long as he could play music."

That’s the greatest gift: the power of music!

Do onto others as you would have them do onto you. People all over the world call those words the Golden Rule.

Grandpa, the boy said, the Golden Rule is a very big thing, isn’t it?

Very big. And very small. And very old. It’s been around for thousands of years.

Thousands of years? Well then, I don’t think everyone is practicing the way they should. Otherwise, there wouldn’t be so many problems . Between people. Between countries.

Ilene Cooper, The Golden Rule
Reblogged from kristijojl
Motto for the best life!

Motto for the best life!

Reblogged from eyeful-beautiful

 Bruce Springsteen - I’m on Fire 

Reblogged from 50-ways-to-see-my-life
These lyrics have been following me around lately.

These lyrics have been following me around lately.