To the hammer of my heart and the burning spirit of Man, make me what I want to be, shape the things I am. May my fire burn the pasts mistakes and find me when I wake. My spirit kindles my hungry fire, My meaning is mine to make.

Aspiring artists- PLEASE read this. This is the world most of us live in after college. via /r/Theatre

Relentless Progression

Lifestyleoftheunemployed brings the truth about growing up.


I had dinner last night with a buddy who by anyone’s standards is successful. He tried to be polite and make small talk but I could tell that something was on his mind. With a few probing questions he told me. He had worked so hard for so long to get where he is in life. And now that he’s here, he’s fucking bored.

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Ore wo dare da to omotte yagaru?!

"Who the hell do you think I am?"

This was the series that really laid the ground work for my work towards becoming a better person, which I know sounds funny; to think that a cartoon could make you re-evaluate your life and your goals, but that’s exactly what it did for me.

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Why Man Creates (1968) - Saul Bass 

Part Two

The Definition of a Modern Man

When I moved to New York City seven months ago with nothing but a job prospect, what was left of my tax return money, and a dream, I thought, “I am finally becoming a Man.” 

Six months later, I was busy drowning the memories of my workday away in the cheapest liquor my bar had, realizing that I was no closer to feeling like a man than when I began college. I felt like I was still back in school: naive, doubtful, clueless as to what the in the hell was I to do now that I’ve established myself in the place I’ve dreamed about living since I was eleven. Why am I still not happy with who I am? What is it about myself that I am still struggling to define?

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