you-can-read-iswear:

born—to—resist:

JACK KEROUAC 12 mar 1922 - 21 oct 1969
"I really don’t care. The money and the fame would of course bloat me up, but I always have satisfaction of knowing that I have released all this great life onto paper, and made it immortal."
From “I resort to another barroom”

you-can-read-iswear:

born—to—resist:

JACK KEROUAC 12 mar 1922 - 21 oct 1969

"I really don’t care. The money and the fame would of course bloat me up, but I always have satisfaction of knowing that I have released all this great life onto paper, and made it immortal."

From “I resort to another barroom”

If today one were to find a remedy for death, I would not take it. My pain (the death of his father and his mother) my happiness (his love) has meaning only if I myself must also go there.

Albert Camus, Notebooks 1951-1959. (via acknowledgetheabsurd)