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Love is not proud, and so it humbles you.

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explore-blog:

Migrant – wonderful children’s book about how the world’s millions of migrant workers live, a sort of Alice in Wonderland for the modern immigrant experience, illustrated by the great Isabelle Arsenault.

explore-blog:

Migrant – wonderful children’s book about how the world’s millions of migrant workers live, a sort of Alice in Wonderland for the modern immigrant experience, illustrated by the great Isabelle Arsenault.

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Critique of Postcolonial Reason

  • me: Victory Day is big in the Caucasus, so there are a lot of good pictures coming in today, if you are interested.
  • the editor: you mean Russia?
  • me: no, the Caucasus.
  • the editor: whose Victory Day are we talking about?
  • me: the Soviet Union's.
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asylum-art:

Digital ‘Spectres’ Reveal Invisible-Digital Ethereal
A student has produced a series of vivid photographs that reveal what the networks that keep us connected to the web look like.
The images, created by Luis Hernan from Newcastle University, show spectresof Wi-Fi sweeping and swirling around in bright beams.
They were produced as part of Hernan’s Digital Ethereal project, which aimstobring the invisible world around us to life.

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Hi can i get my misanthropy membership card back thanks

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How do people walk with small steps. How do people walk slowly. HOW

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"I’m sorry this letter took so long to write. I didn’t have time to make it shorter."

— Fyodor Dostoevsky (via pastizche)

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"Man is a mystery. It must be unraveled, and if it takes a whole lifetime, don’t say that it’s a waste of time. I am preoccupied by this mystery because I want to be a human being."

— Fyodor Dostoevsky in a letter to his brother Mikhail, 16 August 1839 (via pastizche)

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amospoe:

“When you forgive, you love. And when you love, God’s light shines upon you.” ― Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild

amospoe:

“When you forgive, you love. And when you love, God’s light shines upon you.” 
― Jon KrakauerInto the Wild

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ourpresidents:

President Kennedy was known for being a fast and voracious reader.

As Mrs. Kennedy once said, “He’d read walking, he’d read at the table, at meals, he’d read after dinner, he’d read in the bathtub…He really read all the times you don’t think you have time to read.”

 In fact, JFK could read 1,200 words per minute. Check out this letter from JFK’s press secretary, Pierre Salinger, discussing JFK’s talent.

-from the JFK Library 

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sachimo:

i hate when i’m too comfortable around someone because then my brain thinks its ok to act weird but even then i end up being too weird

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drellabove:

Issues - Hooligans.

drellabove:

Issues - Hooligans.

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okoenig:

do you ever get those pangs of anxiety where you feel like nobody likes you and nobody will ever like you and you will achieve nothing

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whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Perhaps.
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hurdygurdyflurdy:

jedavu:

New Impossibly Tiny Landscapes Painted on Food by Hasan Kale

WHY


COOL BUT WHY

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