(Source: lemonstreclothing, via alchemical-gold)
All life is conflict. Every breath that you draw represents a victory in the struggle of the whole Universe. — Aleister Crowley (via di-kot-o-me)
Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain. — Jack Kerouac (via hellanne)
(Source: goodnumberone, via alchemical-gold)
1. The Tao is immanent; it extendeth to the right hand as to the left.
2. All things derive from it their being; it createth them, and all comply with it. Its work is done, and it proclaimeth it not. It is the ornament of all things, yet it claimeth not fief of them; there is nothing so small that it inhabiteth not, and informeth it.
All things return without knowledge of the Cause thereof; there is nothing so great that it inhabiteth not, and informeth it.
3. In this manner also may the Sage perform his Works. It is by not thrusting himself forward that he winneth to his success. —
Tao Teh King, Lao Tse
translation by Aleister Crowley
(Source: thruman, via whoreofbabalon)