"Everyone feels benevolent if nothing happens to be annoying him at the moment. Thus a man easily comes to console himself for all his other vices by a conviction that ‘his heart’s in the right place’ and ‘he wouldn’t hurt a fly,’ though in fact he has never made the slightest sacrifice for a fellow creature. We think we are kind when we are only happy: it is not so easy, on the same grounds, to imagine oneself temperate, chaste, or humble."
- C.S. Lewis, The Problem With Pain (via craigtowens)
If we looked at people’s hearts like we look at mountains, the world would be a better place.
mumford sons: i have a beeEEEeard *jangalangalangalnag*