third-eyes:

dancingdakini:

Buddha Shakyamuni under the bodhi tree

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vulturehooligan:

        First, human beings imagined themselves into nature: they saw themselves and their kind, namely their evil and temperamental disposition, everywhere, hidden, as it were, behind clouds, thunderstorms, beasts of prey, trees and plants: those were the days when they invented “evil nature.”

       Then along came an age in which they imagined themselves out of nature again, the Age of Rousseau: people were so sick of one another that they positively had to have a corner of the world where they, with all their suffering, could not get to: they invented “good nature.”

              Friedrich Nietzsche.

(via artistyrant)

Hans Liska, Stukas over the Acropolis

lostincape-town:

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feathery-soul:

lifeof-ty:

Star Gazing

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(Source: tymurf, via laekoa)

(Source: society6.com, via tarassein)

historicaltimes:

When they realized women were using their sacks to make clothes for their children, flour mills of the 30s started using flowered fabric for their sacks

withouthorilka:

Why am I staring at this cascade of stupid digital images and text

I ask myself that question all the time…

(Source: carbvn, via nevergiveup-bdl)

asleepylioness:

sweetgracious:

Forever a favorite.

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