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    "It always makes me proud to love the world somehow—hate’s so easy compared."
    Jack Duluoz, Big Sur (via royalrex)
    — 5 hours ago with 19 notes
    "Stop measuring days by degree of productivity and start experiencing them by degree of presence."
    Alan Watts (via organicafe)

    (Source: artreture.com, via theastonishingpost)

    — 1 day ago with 21355 notes
    "
    1. Culture is the secret force that connects us as human beings.
    2. “Delight” and “play” are essential to a fulfilling life.
    3. Kindness is the best religion.
    "

    Sharon Ann Lee, one of the most brilliant and inspiring people I know, shares her three existential pillars in this altogether fantastic Creative Mornings interview.

    Pair with Kerouac on kindness as a way of life

    (via explore-blog)

    — 1 day ago with 425 notes
    "What is art? A declaration of love: the consciousness of our dependence on each other. A confession. An unconscious act that nonetheless reflects the true meaning of life—love and sacrifice."
    Andrei Tarkovsky (via tierradentro)

    (via tierradentro)

    — 1 day ago with 513 notes
    "Being both soft and strong is a combination very few have mastered."
    Yasmin Mogahed (via observando)

    (via thatwhichdoesnotsuffer)

    — 2 days ago with 19465 notes
    "Feelings:
    oh, I have those; they
    govern me."
     Louise Glück, from The Red Poppy (via violentwavesofemotion)
    — 2 days ago with 860 notes
    snowce:

Gustav Klimt, Upper Portion of Two Lovers, 1908

    snowce:

    Gustav Klimt, Upper Portion of Two Lovers, 1908

    (via tierradentro)

    — 2 days ago with 775 notes
    unconsumption:


In an effort to prepare for a world after peak oil, design student Mark Colliass has invented a bike accessory that can only be described as Peak Hipster. His clever contraption transforms a fixie into a rolling factory capable of cranking out arty, limited-edition lampshades that would make killer Etsy listings.
The project makes manufacturing as easy as, well, riding a bike. A bespoke rotational casting machine attaches to a bicycle’s handlebars. A small shot of liquid resin is poured into a rubber mold and it is inserted into the rig. As the rider pedals, the front wheel rotates the mold, sloshing the plastic around the cavity. A chemical transformation begins, and 40 minutes later the rider can remove a fully formed lampshade.

More: This Contraption Turns Your Bicycle Into a Lamp-Making Factory | Design | WIRED

    unconsumption:

    In an effort to prepare for a world after peak oil, design student Mark Colliass has invented a bike accessory that can only be described as Peak Hipster. His clever contraption transforms a fixie into a rolling factory capable of cranking out arty, limited-edition lampshades that would make killer Etsy listings.

    The project makes manufacturing as easy as, well, riding a bike. A bespoke rotational casting machine attaches to a bicycle’s handlebars. A small shot of liquid resin is poured into a rubber mold and it is inserted into the rig. As the rider pedals, the front wheel rotates the mold, sloshing the plastic around the cavity. A chemical transformation begins, and 40 minutes later the rider can remove a fully formed lampshade.

    More: This Contraption Turns Your Bicycle Into a Lamp-Making Factory | Design | WIRED

    — 2 days ago with 93 notes
    "Having a lapse doesn’t make you a failure at recovery. It’s okay that you’re struggling, and more than that, it’s normal. I don’t say that to justify lapsing or use as a cop out when things get difficult. I say it as a reminder that your recovery doesn’t have to be perfect in order to produce results. That said, no one’s recovery is perfect. Everyone has set backs and reverts to old behaviors — not because we’re weak or incapable, but because recovery is one the most difficult things someone battling a mental illness can face. Your behaviors helped you cope with trauma and incredible emotional pain. They allowed you to numb out and they kept you afloat when you felt like you were drowning. Letting go of something that helped you survive for so long isn’t easy, and it doesn’t happen over the course of a few days or months. It’s terrifying and painful and unbelievably challenging, and it takes time. So be compassionate with yourself and your process. You’re doing the best you can to fight your demons and heal, and that’s all you can ask of yourself. You’re not a failure. You’re human and you’re struggling and that’s okay. And regardless of where you’re at in your recovery, you’re enough."
    — 1 week ago with 3353 notes
    Feature Friday Interview: Chris Guillebeau of The Art of Non-Conformity →

    theliberationartist:

    Conrad Hotel, Singapore

    Feature Friday Interviews spotlight rare and wonderful individuals who embody characteristics of The Liberation Artist: living outside the status quo while writing their own rules and carving a unique path to self-defined success. This week it is with great pleasure that I introduce…

    Happy birthday to a man who saved my life.

    — 1 week ago with 1420 notes
    experimented w/ a new #nutribullet #raw #blendedrecipe today… tried a combo of: Coconut water + kale + ginger + stevia (adding stevia: totally unnecessary. but. my sweet tooth. 😁)
…thought it (I bet ya can guess?) thumbs-up stellar. 👍
#bunnyfood #springcleaning #cleansemebitch

    experimented w/ a new #nutribullet #raw #blendedrecipe today… tried a combo of: Coconut water + kale + ginger + stevia (adding stevia: totally unnecessary. but. my sweet tooth. 😁)
    …thought it (I bet ya can guess?) thumbs-up stellar. 👍
    #bunnyfood #springcleaning #cleansemebitch

    — 1 week ago with 2 notes
    #springcleaning  #cleansemebitch  #nutribullet  #bunnyfood  #raw  #blendedrecipe 

    notahammer:

    Toby Barlow, Sharp Teeth
    — 1 week ago with 2426 notes
    "I love not man the less, but nature more." - Lord Byron 

Butterfly Wonderland, Scottsdale, AZ.

    "I love not man the less, but nature more." - Lord Byron

    Butterfly Wonderland, Scottsdale, AZ.

    — 2 weeks ago
    I learned a few #funfacts about #butterflies today. 

#1: Butterfly wings are actually transparent; it’s the thousands of tiny scales which cover their wings which reflect light in so many beautiful, different colors  (at Butterfly Wonderland)

    I learned a few #funfacts about #butterflies today.

    #1: Butterfly wings are actually transparent; it’s the thousands of tiny scales which cover their wings which reflect light in so many beautiful, different colors (at Butterfly Wonderland)

    — 2 weeks ago with 1 note
    #funfacts  #1  #butterflies 
    was warned not to wear this shirt out of the house for fear of being targeted + attacked in this late red state (#Arizona)… 9.9 miles as a traveling billboard later, I’m back safe, sweaty, and the recipient of many a mean-mugs by pissy hateful commuters, as well as a few winks from the sane ones. Welp. I’m smiling. #smallsuccess #fromwhereirun #LEGALIZEGAY #loudandproud

    was warned not to wear this shirt out of the house for fear of being targeted + attacked in this late red state (#Arizona)… 9.9 miles as a traveling billboard later, I’m back safe, sweaty, and the recipient of many a mean-mugs by pissy hateful commuters, as well as a few winks from the sane ones. Welp. I’m smiling. #smallsuccess #fromwhereirun #LEGALIZEGAY #loudandproud

    — 2 weeks ago with 2 notes
    #fromwhereirun  #smallsuccess  #arizona  #loudandproud  #legalizegay