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End? No, the journey doesn’t end here. Death is just another path… One that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass… And then you see it.

End? No, the journey doesn’t end here. Death is just another path… One that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass… And then you see it.

(Source: elatedexpressions)

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lotrhow beautiful

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07.11.2012


"One needs a little courage to make life a celebration."
~ Osho (via lazyyogi)
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07.11.2012


(Source: airows)

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07.11.2012


roadside-graves:

Isle of Skye

roadside-graves:

Isle of Skye

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nature

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06.11.2012


maudelynn:

Suffragettes c.1918

maudelynn:

Suffragettes c.1918

(Source: buffleheadcabin)

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historycool pic bro

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06.11.2012


Fifty Six Hundred Miles: SIGNAL BOOST PLEASE REBLOG

anarchicgalaxy:

set-you-on-fire:

PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL. nothing is confirmed yet, but I heard that a big drug dealer was killed and the “drug mafia” promised a “night of horror”. everyone, go home and be safe, please. PLEASE REBLOG

QUEM MORA EM SÃO PAULO, BRASIL. ainda…

oh my gosh this post got 6k notes, lol. well, it illustrates nicely your day-to-day life in Latin America. Stuff like this happens all the time.

Anyway shit has been getting real bad in São Paulo for months at least. My friend who lives in a slum zone says she doesn’t leave her house after 10 pm because apparently there’s a curfew imposed by drug dealers going on around there. or something.


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05.11.2012


omg just got back from my first tribal fusion performance and

I can’t even put into words how amazing all of this experience was, so many people together celebrating the beauty of different ethnic dances and colors. I’m taken by so much positive energy right now! I’m a huge anthropology geek and the idea of honouring different cultures by dancing their movements fills me with joy.

I think I finally found my true artistic place in the world :)


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04.11.2012


authentic-smiles:

Hey, I put these words on this photo.  
I wish more people cared about Earth.

authentic-smiles:

Hey, I put these words on this photo.  

I wish more people cared about Earth.

(Source: blittzen)

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yesme all the timenature

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02.11.2012


sakubow:

“I remember everything about that day.” 
“We started something that mattered. Because of you, the world changed.” 
“I changed.” 
PREVIEW: AVENGERS #1 (UNLETTERED)

I like how they made it a point here to show how short Tony is next to Steve :P
As Marvel would say: OH, YOU TWO

sakubow:

“I remember everything about that day.” 

“We started something that mattered.
 Because of you, the world changed.” 

“I changed.”
 

PREVIEW: AVENGERS #1 (UNLETTERED)

I like how they made it a point here to show how short Tony is next to Steve :P

As Marvel would say: OH, YOU TWO


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02.11.2012


valscrapbook:

manchannel: Fiona Watson
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31.10.2012


lokavinr:

Every year, millions of people all Sweden over visit their local cemeteries as night falls, the first weekend in November. Here, silent vigils are held, without any christian priests, or without any christian elements as all, but in remembrance of the funeral pyres, one usually brings a special candle “gravljus” or a lantern, to honor the dead. Originally, the flames in the night were meant to call upon the dead to return for the night, and so spend some time with the living, before returning to Hel and the netherworld once again. Most our cemeteries are located in woodland, such as the more famous one at Skogskyrkogården outside Stockholm.
(Read more here)

lokavinr:

Every year, millions of people all Sweden over visit their local cemeteries as night falls, the first weekend in November. Here, silent vigils are held, without any christian priests, or without any christian elements as all, but in remembrance of the funeral pyres, one usually brings a special candle “gravljus” or a lantern, to honor the dead. Originally, the flames in the night were meant to call upon the dead to return for the night, and so spend some time with the living, before returning to Hel and the netherworld once again. Most our cemeteries are located in woodland, such as the more famous one at Skogskyrkogården outside Stockholm.

(Read more here)

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31.10.2012


folkthings:

fallenangel4:

Ancient art by sarif82 on Flickr.

Wazir Khan mosque, Lahore, Pakistan

folkthings:

fallenangel4:

Ancient art by sarif82 on Flickr.

Wazir Khan mosque, Lahore, Pakistan

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folkfolkfolk

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31.10.2012


"

What happens to poor countries when they embrace free trade? In Haiti in 1986 we imported just 7000 tons of rice, the main staple food of the country. The vast majority was grown in Haiti. In the late 1980s Haiti complied with free trade policies advocated by the international lending agencies and lifted tariffs on rice imports.

Cheaper rice immediately flooded in from the United States where the rice industry is subsidized. In fact the liberalization of Haiti’s market coincided with the 1985 Farm Bill in the United States which increased subsidies to the rice industry so that 40% of U.S. rice growers’ profits came from the government by 1987. Haiti’s peasant farmers could not possibly compete. By 1996 Haiti was importing 196,000 tons of foreign rice at the cost of $100 million a year. Haitian rice production became negligible. Once the dependence on foreign rice was complete, import prices began to rise, leaving Haiti’s population, particularly the urban poor, completely at the whim of rising world grain prices. And the prices continue to rise.

What lessons do we learn? For poor countries free trade is not so free, or so fair. Haiti, under intense pressure from the international lending institutions, stopped protecting its domestic agriculture while subsidies to the U.S. rice industry increased. A hungry nation became hungrier.

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~

Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Eyes of the Heart; Seeking a Path for the Poor in the Age of Globalization, (Common Courage Press, 2000), pp. 11-12

^ just a small example of how World Bank, IMF, and Western “international” agencies continue to fuck over the global south.

(via deafmuslimpunx)

(Source: badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista)


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29.10.2012


Lazy Yogi: A Brief Guide to Prayer

lazyyogi:

My guru always says that the Divine abides in Eternal peace and love. It has no awareness of the suffering in this world because that suffering is not due to the Divine’s wishes.

While this may make the Divine seem inert, it is not. If you touch the Divine with prayer and meditation, the Divine…

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:)spirituality

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27.10.2012


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terra branfordff6art*3*

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27.10.2012



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