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blacknoonajade:

kenobi-wan-obi:

qiaooooo:

omg everyone, “white tears: the book” exists.

a must have

Well good lord

blacknoonajade:

kenobi-wan-obi:

qiaooooo:

omg everyone, “white tears: the book” exists.

a must have

Well good lord

(via misandry-mermaid)

if he will not wear your love like armor,
he does not deserve to wear your sheets like a king’s robes.
if he will not go into battle for you,
you do not have to get into bed for him.
and if he tells them that you are a whore,
crush his larynx beneath your boot,
and remind him what a queen is capable of.

you were not made for a beggar’s hands | ell eli (via themilkoviches)

(via leccters)

Some people believe that there is one single meaning of life. They think that the universe was created for a purpose and that human beings are part of some larger cosmic plan. They think our meaning comes from being part of this plan and is written into the universe waiting to be discovered…

Meaning is not something out there waiting to be discovered, but something we create in our own lives. And although this vast and incredibly old universe was not created for us, all of us are connected to something bigger than ourselves, whether it is family and community, a tradition stretching into that past, an idea or cause looking forward to the future, or the beautiful, wider natural world on which we were born and our species evolved.

This way of thinking means that there is not just one big meaning of life but that every person will have many different meanings in their life. Each one of us is unique and our different personalities depend on a complex mixture of influences from our parents, our environment, and our connections. They change with experience and changing circumstances. There are no simple recipes for living that are applicable to all people. We have different tastes and preferences, different priorities and goals. One person may like drawing, walking in the woods, and caring for their grandchildren. Another may like cooking and watching soap operas, savoring a favorite wine, or a new food. We may find meaning through our family, our career, making a commitment to an artistic project or a political reform, in simple pleasures, such as gardening and hobbies, or in a thousand other ways, giving reign to our creativity or our curiosity, our intellectual capacities, or our emotional life. The time to be happy is now and the way to find meaning in life is to get on and live it as fully and as well as we can.

British Humanist Assosiation

a-ppealing:

And then you realize that Forrest knows about his condition all along and your heart breaks a little.

CRY EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

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annadork:

oniune:

fun fact: the only thing standing between you and success is a small, angry gnome which has dedicated its whole existence to ruining you. you must not let it win

(Source: rookerie, via galacticwooper)

Annabeth: -squints- Is that a bridge?
Percy: No, it's a dam bridge.
Percy: -laughs-
Jason:
Piper:
Leo:
Nico:
Hazel:
Frank:
Hedge:
Percy: -clears throat- Sorry, go on.

justlearningasigo:

JESUS DUMBLEDORE FUCKING CHRIST

(Source: stupidfuckingquestions, via galacticwooper)

loveandasandwich:

The Belchers.
Done on 7-8 inch embroidery hoops.  The trio is finished!  Louise and Tina have been sold (Though I can take custom orders for them)  Gene is currently available. ;)

(via lascivious-bloodthirst)

generalelectric:

“We have a hunger of the mind which asks for knowledge of all around us, and the more we gain, the more is our desire; the more we see, the more we are capable of seeing.” 
Maria Mitchell is known as the first professional female astronomer in the United States. On October 1, 1847, she peered through her family’s telescope and “swept around for comets,” as she did every night it was clear. But that night she became the first woman in the U.S. to discover one. She later became the first Astronomy professor at Vassar College, where she would often ask her students, “Did you learn that in a book or observe it yourself?” 

generalelectric:

“We have a hunger of the mind which asks for knowledge of all around us, and the more we gain, the more is our desire; the more we see, the more we are capable of seeing.” 

Maria Mitchell is known as the first professional female astronomer in the United States. On October 1, 1847, she peered through her family’s telescope and “swept around for comets,” as she did every night it was clear. But that night she became the first woman in the U.S. to discover one. She later became the first Astronomy professor at Vassar College, where she would often ask her students, “Did you learn that in a book or observe it yourself?” 

(Source: aps.org)

randomlovesawkward:

"Badass Versions of Beloved Characters"

by Sylvain Sarrailh: http://tohad.deviantart.com/

(via lovelylemontree)

superlezbian:

undeadcosmicunicorn:

Opaque Matte Lipstick - $6.99

Today on I can’t believe it’s not homestuck

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