Time takes it all, whether you want it to or not.

― Stephen King (via psych-quotes)

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sundxwn:

Sunrise by tian mai

Very often we don’t go elsewhere because we are looking for another person. We go elsewhere because we are looking for another self. It isn’t so much that we want to leave the person we are with as we want to leave the person we have become.

Esther Perel (via thatkindofwoman)

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wanderlustw0lf:

ॐNature, Wanderlust, Gypsy, Beauty, Wolves, Free Spirit, Bohemian & Spiritual Blogॐ
kittentrippin:

 

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lemonysnicketlibrary:

"Keep anyone with whom you can read in silence."
—Lemony Snicket

#wisdombomb

thenovl:

lemonysnicketlibrary:

"Keep anyone with whom you can read in silence."

Lemony Snicket

#wisdombomb

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A dying friend once told me, ‘I wish I hadn’t spent so many Mondays wishing it were Friday. I also wish I had made better use of those Fridays, for better stories on Monday.’

A Wolf’s Thoughts (via bl-ossomed)

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julianxberman:

current mood cat photographer 

julianxberman:

current mood cat photographer 

theatlantic:

For Shame: The Giant Poster That Shows Drone Pilots the People They’re Bombing

A new project, initiated by a collective of artists from around the world including the French JR, has tried to reach the people pulling the trigger in America’s drone wars—the drone operators themselves.
It’s called “Not A Bug Splat,” and its gets its name from the term drone operators use for a successful “kill,” because—in the pixelated grayscale of the drone camera—ending a human life looks like squashing a bug.
Read more. [Image: Not a Bug Splat]

theatlantic:

For Shame: The Giant Poster That Shows Drone Pilots the People They’re Bombing

A new project, initiated by a collective of artists from around the world including the French JR, has tried to reach the people pulling the trigger in America’s drone wars—the drone operators themselves.

It’s called “Not A Bug Splat,” and its gets its name from the term drone operators use for a successful “kill,” because—in the pixelated grayscale of the drone camera—ending a human life looks like squashing a bug.

Read more. [Image: Not a Bug Splat]

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