Professionalism is about survival. In order to be hired, promoted, or to get a raise, one has to be perceived as deserving and worthy. Considering that achieving the “perfect professional look” is borderline impossible, it is time we start valuing people for their skills, dedication, and compassion–not for their pant suits.
— Learning to dress “professionally” in a white man’s world (via brutereason)
Tomorrow is not a promise by matialonsor
"I’m not too emotional of a guy. People say I have a good heart, but they’re wrong. I have principles. The heart is a fickle thing. There’s no way I can love everybody. So I’m not even going to try. But I can respect everyone whether I love them or not. And that I try to do."
"I’m a dancer."
"Let’s see a dance move."
"Not right now."
"You’re not a dancer."
Ex-renaissance painter vampire in the 21st century embarrassed at people looking at their work from 600 years ago shown in a museum.
"I used the wrong brush"
“It’s just a doodle”
“I’m going to burn it”
“The anatomy isn’t even that great”
“Leonardo made me do it”
#'WHY R U LOOKING AT THIS I WAS YOUNG THEN I DONT EVEN’
#'WHY DO THEY CONSIDER THIS AS A MASTER PAINTING HALP'
#*BURNS THE WHOLE MUSEUM* (x)