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photographer, 23, montreal

x-cessive-bastard:

I was speaking to a friend in Gaza and he told me that his little cousin is writing her name all over her body with her markers, just in case she gets blown up and no one can identify her. She is 11 years old. 11. The psychological pain and trauma the palestinian children go through is absolutely repulsive.

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unpretty-princess:

manhatinglesbian:

revolution-of-the-self:

niceandpeaceful:

Please watch the video.

I’m getting scared as fuck to be alive right now.

Fuck

Don’t let it disappear. Not now, not ever.

(via amberortolano)

10:56 pm  530 notes

Romance also abounds.

(Source: twinpeakscaptioned)

It’s true, babes abound in Twin Peaks.

11:13 am  113 notes

It’s true, babes abound in Twin Peaks.

(Source: movieshift)

10:12 pm  10,010 notes

shihlun:

Twin Peaks postcards by Paul Willoughby, 2012.

Finished watching Twin Peaks, after month-long breaks between episodes and then binge-watching until 3 A.M.
My “what the actual…?!” face happened more times than I can remember. Kitsch and truly dark/frightening/surreal beyond comprehension, in turns.
Next up: Fire Walk With Me

8:54 pm  234 notes

Finished watching Twin Peaks, after month-long breaks between episodes and then binge-watching until 3 A.M.

My “what the actual…?!” face happened more times than I can remember. Kitsch and truly dark/frightening/surreal beyond comprehension, in turns.

Next up: Fire Walk With Me

(Source: theowlswalkwithme)

10:30 am  20,414 notes

ted:

In this funny, poignant talk, Brené Brown explains what makes us feel a sense of love and belonging. It’s a powerful reminder (especially for all you Type A’s out there) to embrace the messy and unknown, even when that leap of faith seems scary or uncertain.

Watch the full talk here »

(“Researcher-storyteller,” I like that.)

“Sometimes I read reviews, and people say, ‘This sounds like her diary,’ or ‘She should’ve kept her breakup to herself.’ I think, ‘Yeah, maybe you’re right.’ But it’s okay with me that I’m working on the edge of being sentimental. I prefer that edge to the larded-up edge. I take heart in thinking I’m the whole of me. I know all these strains co-exist, but I’m not going to bend over backwards to make you think I’m a smart poet.”

Maggie Nelson, here. (via muscovite)

So funny - have had similar experiences at school, where the word “sentimental” was used condescendingly, as if it were a weakness, as if it indicated artistic and conceptual failure, etc.

Also, in the midst of rereading Nelson’s Bluets, underlining sentences and whole paragraphs, finding beautiful things I hadn’t noticed before.

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vanessaaisling:

Abbey Lérins, Île St. Honorat, Cannes, France. June 2014.

10:18 pm  192 notes

lebelleverita:

Meryl Streep, Sophie’s Choice 1982

It’s true, sometimes I seriously girl-crush on Meryl Streep.

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