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1:26am September 2, 2014

“It would be very nice for nervous types like me if things were black-and-white, and you could tell where one thing ended and the next thing began, but as Einstein taught us, everything in the future and the past is right here now. There’s always something ending and something beginning. Yet in the very center is the truth of your spiritual identity: is you.”

— 

Beautiful essay by Anne Lamott on the life’s work of becoming who you are.

Couple with Florence King on how to find yourself, then revisit Lamott’s timeless meditations on why perfectionism kills creativity and how we keep ourselves small by people-pleasing.

(via explore-blog)

1:24am September 2, 2014

Funeral Parade of Roses (1969) Dir. Toshio Matsumoto

1:23am September 2, 2014
potatoknishesofficial:


barakatgotskunk:

tr1angl3:

naturepunk:

It’s like no one ever told him cats don’t like water. 

OTTERCAT

he’s having so much fun aw


he’s trying to chase his tail in the water oh my god be still my heart

potatoknishesofficial:

barakatgotskunk:

tr1angl3:

naturepunk:

It’s like no one ever told him cats don’t like water. 

OTTERCAT

he’s having so much fun aw

he’s trying to chase his tail in the water oh my god be still my heart

1:22am September 2, 2014

devillei:

Favorites: Parrots [ x ]
1:19am September 2, 2014

“There weren’t many people in this world who would let you be vulnerable and still believe you were strong.”

—  Rob ThomasThe Thousand-Dollar Tan Line  (via homopathic)
1:19am September 2, 2014
iguanamouth:

commission for monster-princelet of their oc - this dragon has better hair than i do

iguanamouth:

commission for monster-princelet of their oc - this dragon has better hair than i do

1:16am September 2, 2014
abigaillarson:

"Pretend to Sleep" based loosely on Night Vale episodes

abigaillarson:

"Pretend to Sleep" based loosely on Night Vale episodes

1:15am September 2, 2014
did-you-kno:

100-year-old Dobri Dobrev travels more than 15 miles each day to beg for money, and gives every penny to orphanages and churches in Bulgaria. So far he has donated over 40,000 euros. Source

did-you-kno:

100-year-old Dobri Dobrev travels more than 15 miles each day to beg for money, and gives every penny to orphanages and churches in Bulgaria. So far he has donated over 40,000 euros. Source

1:06am September 2, 2014

whosjeangrey:

"Men may be stronger, but it is women who endure.”

1:04am September 2, 2014
they-hide-in-the-dark:

The Story of Mae Nak - 
According to legend Mae Nak was a beautiful young woman who lived in Bangkok, Thailand. She was married to a man named Mak who she loved with all of her heart, but when she was pregnant he was conscripted and sent to fight in a war. 
Mak is seriously wounded in battle so he returns home to his wife and their newborn baby. He is happy but his neighbours start mysteriously dying when they try to tell him things about his wife. One day when Nak is preparing food she drops a lime and it rolls under the porch. Without thinking she stretches her arm through the floor and picks it up. When he sees this Mak realizes his wife is a ghost. She and the child had died in childbirth while he was fighting in the war. 
Terrified, Mak flees the house during the night and hides in a temple, which the ghost could not enter due to it being on holy ground. When she notices that her husband is missing Nak flies into a rage and starts terrorizing the people of the town. Nak’s spirit is eventually conquered by a monk who traps her spirit in a waistband that contained pieces of her bones. The waistband with Nak’s spirit still inside is now properly of the royal family. 

they-hide-in-the-dark:

The Story of Mae Nak - 

According to legend Mae Nak was a beautiful young woman who lived in Bangkok, Thailand. She was married to a man named Mak who she loved with all of her heart, but when she was pregnant he was conscripted and sent to fight in a war. 

Mak is seriously wounded in battle so he returns home to his wife and their newborn baby. He is happy but his neighbours start mysteriously dying when they try to tell him things about his wife. One day when Nak is preparing food she drops a lime and it rolls under the porch. Without thinking she stretches her arm through the floor and picks it up. When he sees this Mak realizes his wife is a ghost. She and the child had died in childbirth while he was fighting in the war. 

Terrified, Mak flees the house during the night and hides in a temple, which the ghost could not enter due to it being on holy ground. When she notices that her husband is missing Nak flies into a rage and starts terrorizing the people of the town. Nak’s spirit is eventually conquered by a monk who traps her spirit in a waistband that contained pieces of her bones. The waistband with Nak’s spirit still inside is now properly of the royal family.