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nevebianca:

Ushiko, a longtime Ghibli resident. 

(via tzillah)

tastefullyoffensive:

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thorlokibrother:

People need to stop perpetuating the myth that polyamory can’t be healthy.

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(via crimson-twinkie)

“Naturally then, the mountains, the creatures, the entire non-human world is struggling to make contact with us. The plants we eat or smoke are trying to ask us what we are up to; the animals are signalling to us in our dreams or in forests; the whole Earth is rumbling & straining to let us remember that we are of it, that this planet, the macrocosm is our flesh, that the grasses are our hair, the trees are our hands, the rivers our blood, that the Earth is our real body and that it is alive.”

—   David Abram (via nakedbreath)

(via crimson-twinkie)

catsbeaversandducks:

Her name is Chubby Jo.

Photos by ©Allison

asylum-art:

Spectacular colour  into this arid Utah desert by Guy Tal

"Every few years, for a few fleeting days, when conditions are just right, these otherwise arid lands burst into color with carpets of Scorpionweed and Beeplant." - Utah’s badlands"

The Badlands region in the American West is famous (or infamous) for its arid and unforgiving landscape, which is decorated by sharp and eroded spires of stone. If you catch it at just the right moment and in the right conditions, however, these apparent wastelands can give birth to an extraordinary explosion of color and life in the form of beautiful wildflowers.

(via indigochiild)

“It is neither necessary, nor possible to change others. But if you can change yourself you will find that no other change is needed.”

—   Nisargadatta (via oceanandwave)

(via yoga9vipassana)

The living are soft and supple;
the dead are rigid and stiff.
In life, plants are flexible and tender;
in death, they are brittle and dry.

Stiffness is thus a companion of death;
flexibility a companion of life.
An army that cannot yield
will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend
will crack in the wind.

The hard and stiff will be broken.
The soft and supple will prevail.

—   Lao Tzu, (Verse 76) - Tao Te Ching (via sol-psych)

(Source: saliantsunbreeze, via parkstepp)

awwww-cute:

So tiny!

awwww-cute:

So tiny!