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Jul 23, 2014 / 79,171 notes

baracknobama:

dont you hate it when you put toothpaste on your toothbrush but then it just falls right off like wtf toothpaste do your job

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Jul 16, 2014 / 8,156 notes

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Jul 13, 2014 / 19 notes

theyearwas-1984:

Slim Aarons, photos from 1984

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Jul 13, 2014 / 583 notes

lafilledepaille:

It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch

I’ll never tire of this.

theflemface:

w0w—-l0vely:

Words on We Heart It.
Jul 10, 2014 / 4,501 notes
Jul 10, 2014 / 455,815 notes
I remember when I was younger and I wanted to be beautiful; now I’m older and I want to be intelligent. I want to burn hearts with brilliance and engulf souls with compassion. I want to be loved for my thoughts and nothing else.
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Jul 10, 2014 / 94,280 notes
Suffering is not bad. If you understand it rightly, suffering is a cleansing. If you understand it rightly, sadness has a depth to it which no happiness can ever have. A person who is simply happy is always superficial. A person who has not known sorrow and has not known sadness, has not known the depths. He has not touched the bottom of his being; he has remained just on the periphery. One has to move within these two banks. Within these two banks flows the river.
Osho (via liberatingreality)

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Jul 9, 2014 / 2,849 notes
I am excited to see a generation of women who will raise their boys to be good rather than their girls to be scared.
Jul 9, 2014 / 122,613 notes
Jul 9, 2014 / 659,063 notes

justablueumbrella:

A writer for the new york times interviewed a series of people who had survived jumping off the golden gate bridge. Every person she interviewed admitted that about two thirds of the way down, they realized that every seemingly meaningless problem that caused them to jump was fixable.

Every single one.

THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT

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