A bad mix of everything with a lot of nothing. One Direction and Larry.



VIN DIESEL & PAUL WALKER [1999 - 2013]

"Pablo, I wish you could see the world right now and the profound impact your full life has had on it, on us, on me. I will always love you Brian, as the brother you were on and off screen.”

- Vin Diesel


'The Lazarus Project' is the primary reason I can't bring myself to fully accept Paul Walker's death.


Everyone is posting this pic of his “daughter” Meadow, but that is not her!  This girl plays his daughter in The Lazarus Project.


Everyone is posting this pic of his “daughter” Meadow, but that is not her! This girl plays his daughter in The Lazarus Project.


Diary day 73: 73 days Paul..seems like yesterday. So I watched The Lazarus project. I kept crying in some of the scenes that has something to do with death and letting go…and I wished real life is just like of that jaybird. Someone that came back to life.

OK so am I the only one whose like this every time I rewatch Pdubs movie. I get 100x emotional and sensitive with sad scenes or is it natural?

You’re definitely not the only one. This happens with everything I watch of him.

Let me tell you a joke, Rora said.
Mujo wakes up one day, after a long night of drinking, and asks himself what the meaning of life is. He goes to work, but realizes that is not what life is or should be. He decides to read some philosophy and for years studies everything from the old Greeks onward, but can’t find the meaning of life. Maybe it’s the family, he thinks, so he spends time with his wife, Fata, and the kids, but finds no meaning in that and so he leaves them. He thinks, Maybe helping others is the meaning of life, so he goes to medical school, graduates with flying colors, goes to Africa to cure malaria and transplants hearts, but cannot discover the meaning of life. He thinks, maybe it’s the wealth, so he becomes a businessman, starts making money hand over fist, millions of dollars, buys everything there is to buy, but that is not what life is about. Then he turns to poverty and humility and such, so he gives everything away and begs on the streets, but still he cannot see what life is. He thinks maybe it is literature: he writes novel upon novel, but the more he writes the more obscure the meaning of life becomes. He turns to God, lives the life of a dervish, reads and contemplates the Holy Book of Islam - still, nothing. He studies Christianity, then Judaism, then Buddhism, then everything else - no meaning of life there. Finally, he hears about a guru living high up in the mountains somewhere in the East. The guru, they say, knows what the meaning of life is. So Mujo goes east, travels for years, walks roads, climbs the mountain, finds the stairs that lead up to the guru. He ascends the stairs, tens of thousands of them, nearly dies getting up there. At the top, there are millions of pilgrims, he has to wait for months to get to the guru. Eventually it is his turn, he goes to a place under a big tree, and there sits the naked guru, his legs crossed, his eyes closed, meditating, perfectly peaceful - he surely knows the meaning of life, Mujo says: I have dedicated my life to discovering the meaning of life and I have failed, so I have come to ask you humbly, O Master, to divulge the secret to me. The guru opens his eyes, looks at Mujo, and calmly says, My friend, life is a river. Mujo stares at him for a long time, cannot believe what he heard. What’s life again? Mujo asks. Life is a river, the guru says. Mujo nods and says, You turd of turds, you goddamn stupid piece of shit, you motherfucking cocksucking asshole. I have wasted my life and come all this way for you to tell me that life is a fucking river. A river? Are you kidding me? That is the stupidest, emptiest fucking thing I have ever heard. Is that what you spent your life figuring out? And the guru says, What? It is not a river? Are you saying it is not a river?

― Aleksandar Hemon, The Lazarus Project (via onetobeamup)


Touching scene of Paul in “The Lazarus Project”


Touching scene of Paul in “The Lazarus Project”