pretty-motherfxckerr:



First day at school, Gaza, Palestine.

this is the most important thing right now.

"عدنا الى مدرستنا رغم الدمار" "We went back to school despite the destruction" writes the teacher on the board

pretty-motherfxckerr:

First day at school, Gaza, Palestine.

this is the most important thing right now.

"عدنا الى مدرستنا رغم الدمار"
"We went back to school despite the destruction"
writes the teacher on the board

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fluffyfit:

surimistick:

i was making a lot of mistakes and then my archery instructor said:

“you make mistakes because you’re focusing on the target and not on your actions”

and i was like woah

thanks for giving me the best life advice i’ve ever gotten

guys just think about how applicable this is to EVERYFUCKINGTHING

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fyeahwomenartists:

Eva HesseRight After, 1969.

fyeahwomenartists:

Eva Hesse
Right After, 1969.

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citymod:

ask-gallows-callibrator:

winegloss:

hervacationh0me:

Bruh comes for the neck of everybody talking shit about fedoras.

you don’t know shit you don’t know fashion you don’t know anything about this world

Guys this is worth the watch seriously please stop scrolling

i love jesse eisenberg

………well ok

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Diversity 101: Gay in YA

cbcdiversity:

Contributed to CBC Diversity by Adam Silvera

When writing diverse books, we’re writing about choices—and the things we can’t choose. Harry Potter could have chosen not to go to Hogwarts, but spending the rest of his youth with the incorrigible Dursleys would’ve sucked for all involved—Harry, the Dursleys, and the readers who became readers because of the boy wizard. Katniss Everdeen didn’t have to volunteer as tribute in The Hunger Games in place of Prim, but life in District 12 was bleak enough without watching someone act like her younger sister’s name wasn’t announced for a battle to the death. There are choices characters—and people—make because the alternative is simply unspeakable. But then there are the ones who don’t have a choice at all. They don’t choose to be Latino, they don’t choose mental illness, they don’t choose their sexual orientation. Who gives them a voice? I, along with many others, volunteer as tribute.

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bitchiel:

justaddtommy:

i think we’re out of ink

have you tried turning it on and off again

bitchiel:

justaddtommy:

i think we’re out of ink

have you tried turning it on and off again

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prodigalqueer:

amazighprincex:

reminder that interracial relationships can exist without white people

Most things can exist without white people

but don’t tell white people that.

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lustik:

Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future by Dominic Wilcox.

Photos: Sylvain Deleu

It’s on exhibition now at:
Design Junction, London
18-21 September 2014
The Sorting Office
21-31 New Oxford Street
London WC1A 1BA

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We’re doin’ all these things so we can squeeze things together so we can save time, and I don’t know about you, but I don’t have anymore time, I have less time. But let’s just say we could save up a whole chunk of time and set it aside, you know what we’d do with it? Nothing. Nothing at all. Isn’t that the point, to be able to do nothing at all? We’re not guaranteed that later-on chunk of time, all we have is here and now, and that’s why procrastination feels so right. Procrastination is not the problem, it is the solution. It is the universe’s way of saying, “Stop, slow down. You move too fast…”… Procrastinate now, don’t put it off.

Ellen DeGeneres (via arkitextura)

I need to embrace this for my own well-being. Enjoy resting and the nothing. Procrastinate now.

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