"The Universe is not punishing you or blessing you, the Universe is responding to the vibrational attitude that you are emitting."
not black enough.
not white enough.
not light enough.
not her enough.
not straight enough.
not long enough.
not curly enough…
not mixed enough for your liking.
not tall enough.
not skinny enough.
not thick enough.
not in love enough to stay.
not faithful enough to make it work.
not true enough not to lie.
not here enough not to stray.
not small enough.
not wise enough to know
I’m not me enough for you…
but I’m still good enough for me.
Fast Company senior editor Jason Feifer has strong opinions. Many, many strong opinions.
But he isn’t just some maniac howling at the moon. He’s our maniac howling at the moon—and he’s really smart and often makes very good points. To wit: As part of our new show, The 29th Floor, Jason very persuasively expresses why it’s so important to delete the free U2 album that Apple recently uploaded to customers’ iTunes as part of an iPhone 6 promotional push. Take it away, Jason! After you watch the above vid, it’s your turn: tweet about ditching the tracks, and tell us all about it with hashtag #LeaveMeAlone.
"energies can out grow one another.
you know that feeling, don’t you?
when the connection fades and the
warmth is no longer one of comfort but
more like an annoying perspiration.
the joy dwindles and the passion
energies attract like magic
but can separate just as magically. -Alex Elle"
"loving him was like the
moon colliding with sun
and the ocean crashing to
shore violently but sweet.
loving him was loud and silent all
loving him was good. -Alex Elle"
"Trust the vibes you get, energy doesn’t lie."
when you accidentally start watching a crime show and can’t get yourself to switch the channel because now you wanna know who fucking did it