Word of advice…

Just a little late night inspiration from a guy that has something to say.

“Keep on giving back to the world never stop, you never know when the world might decide to give back to you. ” – andre

It might seem to be a pointless notion and you might see it as being utterly stupid. I just felt the need to share this little quote of mine. I have been through quite allot the past couple of months and this year started off really rough. Though it might seem pointless, i kept giving more and more of myself to the world. May that be my time, effort, money or just my thoughts, i haven’t stopped giving. It might not make the biggest changes, but it touches the people around me. This i have seen, it is a thank you from the universe, a give back, if you will.

My point is that though you go through life wondering if you make a change to the world. The answer is simple, just give a little of yourself. Be selfless for a little while, and make a donation to a cause.

You can never be to sure that someone will notice your efforts. That’s just a chance all of us must be willing to take. The gift of being selfless. 

This post might not make any sense, but as long as you consider the meaning, it makes it worth posting.

Brad Pitt designs a line of furniture

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Designing furniture? The things celebs will do to keep their name high and mighty. Sometimes i wonder. . .

Originally posted on Today's NEWS:

When he’s not raising six kids with his wife Angelina Jolie, acting in blockbusters like “Moneyball,” filming bizarre perfume commercials, or working to rebuild New Orleans through his Make It Right Foundation, it turns out Brad Pitt has been hard at work … designing furniture. Does the man eversleep?! Pitt collaborated with Frank Pollaro — a New Jersey-based design firm known for their Art Deco reproductions — on about a dozen pieces, including tables, chairs, and even a bed (only nine will be made), which he will unveil in NYC on November 13.

But Pitt’s newfound hobby didn’t come completely out of the blue. “I’ve been doodling ideas for buildings and furniture since the early 1990s, when I first discovered [Charles Rennie] Mackintosh and Frank Lloyd Wright,” says Pitt, 48, in a new interview with Architectural Digest. “Actually, I found Wright in college [at the University of Missouri]…

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