the hard way
A man just has to be what he is.
Люблю курящих мужчин.

WARNING: GORE
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styleclassandmore:

www.styleclassandmore.tumblr.com
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styleclassandmore:

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suitupplease:

Ermenegildo Zegna AW14

suitupplease:

Ermenegildo Zegna AW14

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"Better to be an animal than a man, an insect than an animal, a plant than an insect, and so on. Salvation? Whatever diminishes the kingdom of consciousness and compromises its supremacy."
— Emil Cioran (via blackestdespondency)
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ringjacket:

Individuality of each of the three 

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"Great individuals find a way to transform weakness into strength. It’s a rather amazing and even touching feat. They took what should have held them back—what in fact might be holding you back right this very second—and used it to move forward. As it turns out, this is one thing all great men and women of history have in common. Like oxygen to a fire, obstacles became fuel for the blaze that was their ambition. Nothing could stop them, they were (and continue to be) impossible to discourage or contain. Every impediment only served to make the inferno within them burn with greater ferocity. These were people who flipped their obstacles upside down. Who lived the words of Marcus Aurelius and followed a group which Cicero called the only “real philosophers”—the ancient Stoics—even if they’d never read them. They had the ability to see obstacles for what they were, the ingenuity to tackle them, and the will to endure a world mostly beyond their comprehension and control."
— Ryan Holiday, The Obstacle is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph (via ludimagister)