just read all the affirmations from jc
i mean seriously if you ever feel like life is spiralling and reality is a drop of water in a large swimming pool, just go read all the little things people are grateful to you for. if only we told this kinda stuff to the people we loved every frickin day, everyone would just feel so, loved.
i can’t believe for a moment there, i forgot about this
I can’t do it. It’s not that I fight this urge to be easily consumable. It’s just that I put a lot of weight in what I do, and you and I can talk to each other in a certain way because that’s how people interact, but I don’t really know how to talk to the entire world. People cultivate these fully formed personalities. I’ve done interviews with actors who I’ve worked with who I really like, and I’m like, “Wow, look at you. You’re just going on … You don’t even know what you’re saying!” Then you watch the interview afterwards, and they didn’t really say much, but it’s interesting, funny, and engaging. Whereas I sit there and look a little bit too serious, and as soon as that happens then you’re uncomfortable and you don’t want to watch. It’s also weird talking about projects as an actor because you’re so in them. I would prefer to write a paper and deliver it to everyone via e-mail. It’s too much to think about on Jay Leno.” —Kristen Stewart, Interview Magazine, about doing interviews (via feminismovercoffee)