October112014

ayothewuisback:

White peoples’ definition of racism is hurt feelings, instead of what it actually is, and that’s systematic destruction of an ethnic group. Understand that, and then you’ll understand why racism doesn’t “go both ways”.

(via mordinism)

3PM

(Source: worshipgifs, via somehowforgiven)

3PM

gifyourass:

How the world sees America.

(via forgettingtheday)

1PM
geekylittlecephalopod:

blockchiken:

vanguard-of-courage:

blockchiken:

vinny-licious:

blockchiken:

alora-witch:

reeses-peixes:

prettyflyforaredspy:

raceagainstelegance:

suyedah:

a wallet that will never be stolen from your purse

omg

omfg

oh

that’s fucking brilliant

how, by putting a dollar in gift wrap?

"gift wrap"

i don’t get it

it’s not gift wrap

then what is it?

"Gift wrap" HAHAHA

geekylittlecephalopod:

blockchiken:

vanguard-of-courage:

blockchiken:

vinny-licious:

blockchiken:

alora-witch:

reeses-peixes:

prettyflyforaredspy:

raceagainstelegance:

suyedah:

a wallet that will never be stolen from your purse

omg

omfg

oh

that’s fucking brilliant

how, by putting a dollar in gift wrap?

"gift wrap"

i don’t get it

it’s not gift wrap

then what is it?

"Gift wrap" HAHAHA

(via theluckykind)

1PM
aseaofquotes:

C.S. Lewis, Till We Have Faces

aseaofquotes:

C.S. Lewis, Till We Have Faces

(via iamrandi)

12PM
“Take my bitterness just as you have taken my debt, take my pride and plant in me a heart that loves. Because I’m dying, and I want to choose life so badly, so I will choose You, Lord. I will choose You until I have nothing left, and I am brought back to dust and reunited with You forever more; take this heart, and make it Yours.” T.B. LaBerge // Thy Will Be Done (via godmoves)

(Source: tblaberge, via godmoves)

12PM

godmoves:

Our victory is already set in stone.

(via somehowforgiven)

12PM
ianference:

Nested doors connecting each of the patient rooms in one of the old tubercular wards at Mayview State Hospital, just outside of Pittsburgh, at sunrise.  These doors would presumably allow greater airflow through the building, considered an important part of the treatment of tuberculosis.  Unfortunately, most of this asylum campus was demolished within weeks of this photograph being taken.
Prints available here.

ianference:

Nested doors connecting each of the patient rooms in one of the old tubercular wards at Mayview State Hospital, just outside of Pittsburgh, at sunrise.  These doors would presumably allow greater airflow through the building, considered an important part of the treatment of tuberculosis.  Unfortunately, most of this asylum campus was demolished within weeks of this photograph being taken.

Prints available here.

(via somehowforgiven)

11AM
“Extremists have shown what frightens them most: A girl with a book.” Malala Yousafzai (1997– )

(Source: flommus)

11AM
“If one man can destroy everything, why can’t one girl change it?” Malala Yousafzai, I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban (via wordsnquotes)

(via wordsnquotes)

11AM
“Trust your daughters, they are faithful. Honor your daughters, they are honorable. Educate your daughters, they are amazing.” Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of Malala Yousafzai, on his advice to parents (via larmoyante)
11AM

lesyeuxchats:

(c) Jane Woolf 

Jellyfishs, Vancouver, Aquarium

(via padehler)

11AM

asylum-art:

The Surreal Paintings of Andre Martins De Barros

website

Andre Martins De Barros, a self-taught artist, was born in 1942 in Pau (Spain). After a stint in the military he started doing what he loves best, painting. Most, if not all of his work is done in oil, drawing from his own imagination. Here are some examples of his provocative work. ,

11AM
“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” Viktor E. Frankl (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: psych-facts, via thatkindofwoman)

11AM

asylum-art:

asylum-art:

The Surreal Landscapes and Labyrinths of Raffaello Ossola

Artist onTumblr

vibrant dramatism and invented landscapes create an exciting space for the viewer to explore and ponder. Each one offers an opportunity to imagine yourself in his universe, wandering through mazes or floating around trees. Although Ossola takes liberties with his compositions, ultimately they retain the verticality/gravity that we are familiar with. Where he leaves the laws of our world more readily are in his pools. They seem to be reflecting a cloud, moon, or other objects in the sky, but the eye reads it more as if the elements mentioned are situated in an environment within the water. The surface of the water appears more like a penetrable glass casing than a body unto itself. It’s mesmerizing to see.
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