"By my intimacy with nature I find myself withdrawn from man. My interest in the sun and the moon, in the morning and the evening, compels me to solitude."

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Into the Wild (2007)

Christopher: No longer to be poisoned by civilization, he flees, …and walks alone upon the land to become lost in the wild.

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"I want to continue being crazy; living my life the way I dream it, and not the way the other people want it to be."

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"sorry i didn’t respond to your text i was disenchanted with the entire human experience," a thrilling new memoir by me

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"Sitting there drinking, I considered suicide, but I felt a strange fondness for my body, my life. Scarred as they were, they were mine."


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"When you realize… that there’s nothing to realize—
That it’s all just here,
then what are you going to do?"

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"And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it."

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Brazilian President Dilma Roussef has vowed not to allow street protests to disrupt the World Cup, but the country’s citizens are largely dissatisfied with a government that spent an estimated $14 billion on a soccer tournament. A recent poll found that 72 percent of Brazilians are unhappy with their country's situation, while six out of 10 citizens believe the World Cup is bad for the Brazilian economy.

Street demonstrations have plagued Brazil for months, as angry citizens protest the decision to spend so much on the World Cup while leaving myriad domestic issues unresolved. In May, more than 20,000 people affiliated with Movimento dos Trabalhadores Sem-Teto, or Homeless Workers’ Movement, took to the streets of São Paulo, disrupting traffic for more than 150 miles.

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