“One more step, one more lift, a little bit faster, a little bit harder - pushing your limit a little more each time until you forget you have limits. That’s when the fun begins. That’s when you start doing things you never thought you could. That’s when you stop caring about what you can’t do. Because what you can do is better every day. All because you took that extra, little step.” - Nike
Kicked another treadmill workout’s ass tonight. Because I haven’t found my leg’s limit yet. Maybe it’s just not there. Maybe it is. Either way I’ll keep pushing until I find it.
Thank you @ellengoeseverywhere
for a killer Killer 3’s!! @fillauerallproallstars
Roy Batty: “Todos esses momentos serão perdidos no tempo como lágrimas na chuva. Hora de morrer.”
[O pássaro voa …]
Deckard: Eu não sei por que ele salvou minha vida. Talvez nesses últimos momentos ele amasse a vida mais do que nunca antes. Não apenas sua vida, a vida de qualquer um, minha vida. Tudo que ele queria eram as mesmas respostas que o resto de nós queríamos. De onde eu vim? Para onde vou? Quanto tempo tenho? Tudo que eu podia fazer era sentar lá e vê-lo morrer.
Blade Runner 1982 ➡️A melhor cena!!! #bladerunner #harrisonford #rugterhauer
Recently started VALIS by legendary sci-fi novelist Philip K. Dick. It's semi-autobiographical (as it was based on his personal journal) and basically shows his real-life descent into hallucinations and madness brought on by what same say was medication, although he believed different.
It's the first of a trilogy and strange and certainly not for everyone and far different from the other works of his I've read.
It's also sad because he was a genius and is responsible for a great number of the world's most well-known science fiction stories and adventures.
If you've seen Minority Report or Blade Runner or Total Recall, you can thank this fine gentleman -- he did much more than those in his short life, too.
He died at just 53.