René Magritte The Lovers 1928

“If this sort of romantic love were cocaine, then as a culture we’d all be like Tony Montana in Scarface: burying our faces in a fucking mountain of it, screaming, ‘Say hello to my lee-tle friend!’
The problem is that we’re finding out romantic love is kind of like cocaine. Like, frighteningly similar to cocaine. Like, stimulates the exact same parts of your brain as cocaine. Like, gets you high and makes you feel good for a while but also creates as many problems as it solves, as does cocaine.”- Mark Manson

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck: Notes On Death

This book taught me that without death we would do nothing. Having a limited amount of time forces us to be productive. So we seek our life purpose and create with a sense of urgency. #AMustRead