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31st August 2014

Quote reblogged from The New Yorker with 568 notes

What defines a poet is a certain universal quality that entails being attuned to the secret vibrations of the world.
— Poet Henri Cole's twelfth dispatch from the streets of Paris (via newyorker)

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from The Rumblr with 102 notes

therumpus:


There is no question that I want to remember Robin Williams as he was in the Birdcage, a dynamic gay club-owner prancing around a stage in an “eclectic celebration of a dance,” or as the poignant Dr. Maguire in Good Will Hunting, or, of course, as the daring and inspiring Mr. Keating in Dead Poets Society. Sure, right now I want to imagine that he is sitting in that field of brilliantly colored flowers in What Dreams May Come, looking out into an ethereal sky brushed with shades of bronze and gold. But if I am to remember him wholly and honestly, and embrace him for the talented actor he was, for his ability to sublimate his sorrow into seamless laughter, then I must also remember that his real life wasn’t lived as a Hollywood movie filled with starlight and wishes, nor did it end that way. I remain confounded, left wondering how the Academy could choose to tweet a wistful cartoon image in Williams’s memory when the tapestry of his life’s work is so much richer and deeper than a caricature of himself as a powerful genie.

Beyond The Wishes Of The Genie: Remembering Robin Williams by Maria Smilios

therumpus:

There is no question that I want to remember Robin Williams as he was in the Birdcage, a dynamic gay club-owner prancing around a stage in an “eclectic celebration of a dance,” or as the poignant Dr. Maguire in Good Will Hunting, or, of course, as the daring and inspiring Mr. Keating in Dead Poets Society. Sure, right now I want to imagine that he is sitting in that field of brilliantly colored flowers in What Dreams May Come, looking out into an ethereal sky brushed with shades of bronze and gold. But if I am to remember him wholly and honestly, and embrace him for the talented actor he was, for his ability to sublimate his sorrow into seamless laughter, then I must also remember that his real life wasn’t lived as a Hollywood movie filled with starlight and wishes, nor did it end that way. I remain confounded, left wondering how the Academy could choose to tweet a wistful cartoon image in Williams’s memory when the tapestry of his life’s work is so much richer and deeper than a caricature of himself as a powerful genie.

Beyond The Wishes Of The Genie: Remembering Robin Williams by Maria Smilios

8th March 2013

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meditation buddha of silence and light

meditation buddha of silence and light

6th March 2013

Photoset

Meditation of light on water

Meditation of light through trees and heart

Finding the Buddha nature in all.

9th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Michael Konrad with 6 notes

konradprojects:

Nighttime tire arrangement on American Street.

konradprojects:

Nighttime tire arrangement on American Street.

9th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Mona Eltahawy with 615 notes

pierrebennu:

the greatest DJ 
vinylespassion:

Muhammad Ali

pierrebennu:

the greatest DJ 

vinylespassion:

Muhammad Ali

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27th August 2012

Photo reblogged from Hearts of Glass with 93 notes

love lavender

love lavender

26th August 2012

Post reblogged from Hearts of Glass with 259 notes

cool

24th May 2012

Photo reblogged from Cabin Porn™ with 1,125 notes

cabinporn:

Sleeping house in Tamworth, New Hampshire.  Built in 2008 by a father and son team from locally milled lumber. 
Submitted by Charlie Myer.

cabinporn:

Sleeping house in Tamworth, New Hampshire.  Built in 2008 by a father and son team from locally milled lumber. 

Submitted by Charlie Myer.

1st May 2012

Photo reblogged from this isn't happiness. with 2,275 notes

nevver:

Light Reading

nevver:

Light Reading