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"Would you like an adventure now, or shall we have our tea first?"

Peter Pan, J. M. Barrie (via quotes-for-reference)

(via embrace-your-earth)

carlowski:

jib—reel:

muchadoabouthotties:

excdus:

jib—reel:

golden3


what is this supposed to mean eventhose parts of the body dont even align with the golden ratio, much less the spiral, what the helli dontget it

just let me live.

carlowski:

jib—reel:

muchadoabouthotties:

excdus:

jib—reel:

golden3

what is this supposed to mean even
those parts of the body dont even align with the golden ratio, much less the spiral, what the hell
i dont
get it

just let me live.

(via embrace-your-earth)

embrace-your-earth:

My godly soul brother Alex. Isn’t he gorgeous?

Gotta go back

embrace-your-earth:

My godly soul brother Alex. Isn’t he gorgeous?

Gotta go back

(via embrace-your-earth)

at-the-corner-down-the-street:

Angelina Jolie
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"There is no safe investment. To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything, and your heart will certainly be wrung and possibly be broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact, you must give your heart to no one, not even to an animal. Wrap it carefully round with hobbies and little luxuries; avoid all entanglements; lock it up safe in the casket or coffin of your selfishness. But in that casket — safe, dark, motionless, airless – it will change. It will not be broken; it will become unbreakable, impenetrable, irredeemable. The alternative to tragedy, or at least to the risk of tragedy, is damnation. The only place outside Heaven where you can be perfectly safe from all the dangers and perturbations of love is Hell."

-C.S. Lewis

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beesandbombs:

more hexagons/cubes

beesandbombs:

more hexagons/cubes

"The formation flew backwards over a German city that was in flames. The bombers opened their bomb bay doors, exerted miraculous magnetism which shrunk the fires, gathered them into cylindrical steel containers, and lifted the containers into the bellies of the planes. The containers were stored neatly in racks….There were still a few wounded Americans, though, and some of the bombers were in bad repair. Over France, though, German fighters came up again, made everything and everybody as good as new.

When the bombers got back to the base, the steel cylinders were taken from the racks and shipped back to the United States, where factories were operating day and night, dismantling the cylinders, separating the dangerous contents into minerals. Touchingly, it was mainly women who did the work, The minerals were then shipped to specialists in remote areas. It was their business to put them into the ground, to hide them cleverly, so they would never hurt anybody ever again."

— A Path With Heart