Sometimes, I feel as insignificant as a speck of dirt. But if I am the speck of dirt that lands in my neighbor’s eye, I have suddenly become the biggest problem in their lives at the moment. My point is that, even at your lowest, your actions have consequences. Even when you feel invisible, your impact can be monumental. Even when you’re outweighed, out-shined, and outnumbered, you still have your own unique resources to leave an indelible footprint. Never surrender the privilege of humanness. — Julius Chatton (via curlycheetos)
Happy New Year - Year of the Horse
Friday, January 31, 2014 — Chinese New Year
The Horse represents witty, elegant, and eloquent speakers. — Speak your truths and carry us all as your chorus this year.
Horse: 1906 — 1918 — 1930 — 1942 — 1954 — 1966 — 1978 — 1990 — 2002 — 2014 — 2026
Two Men Who Fell in Love, And Wed At The Grammys -
Quincy LeNear and Deondray Gossett have had one amazing journey, from being closeted to creating groundbreaking film series to finding love and solidifying it in front of millions.
For Black History Month, I’d like to highlight that black history is STILL being made. These two are living proof, and their story has been an inspiration to me.
Sisters and frequent rivals Joan Fontaine and Olivia de Havilland share a family moment as they look out over Beverly Hills from Fontaine’s home in 1942.
“The only thing you need to make a film is to not be afraid of anybody or anything.”
Great Advice From 20 Award-Winning Documentary Filmmakers on Flavorwire
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