In loneliness, the lonely one eats himself; in a crowd, the many eat him.

Now choose.


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During my three years in Vietnam, I certainly heard plenty of last words by dying American foot soldiers. Not one of them, however, had illusions that he had somehow accomplished something worthwhile in the process of making the Supreme Sacrifice.
by Kurt Vonngut. (via
mysharona1987)
You have your whole life ahead of you. Be smart. Study hard and be independent…You must rely on yourself. No matter what else people may steal from you, they will never be able to take away your knowledge. The world is changing. You must make your own life outside this home.
by
Adeline Yen Mah, Falling Leaves: The Memoir of an Unwanted Chinese Daughter (via reduvia)
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sixpenceee:

In 1889, the year of Adolf Hitler’s birth, Franz von Stuck painted “The Wild Chase”, which depicts Wotan (major god of Germanic polytheism) on horseback leading a procession of the dead. The painting has become infamous for its disturbing resemblance to Hitler.




It’s said Adolf Hitler saw this painting at thirteen and he was fascinated by Wotan, and later had this painting taken from the museum and placed in a special gallery.
Franz von Stuck was Hitler’s favorite painter from childhood on and the art of Franz von Stuck dominated Hitler’s childhood imagery (according to Robert Waite’s book The Psychopathic God: Adolph Hitler).
Robert Waite wrote: “Hitler was said to have copied his mustache, hair style, and oratorical style from the painting.”

davykesey:

jaretpeerson:

Sharptop Mountain, VA
by Jaret Peerson

Jaret is KILLING it.

Louis Vuitton, Fall 2013
Magdalena Frackowiak by James Lima for Love

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Fred Herzog, Man With Bandage (1968)
What do you think is easier? Knowing you’re going to die on a certain date and time, or knowing it might happen any moment when you least expect it?
by Jodi Picoult, Change Of Heart (via
simply-quotes)
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Towards Skaftafell (by Richard Stewart James Gaston)
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Fred Herzog
Curtains, 1972

(Le Journal de la Photographie)
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7ap:

my boyfriend took this photos of me in the morning and idk i like how it’s so blurred it really captures something i guess

Angel
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Meet Sable, the 1 in 100,000 melanic (oppsite of albino) Barn Owl that wasn’t rejected by its mother for its unique dark coloring.

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: The Three Graces

1. By Jean-Jacques Pradier (1831)

2. By Antonio Canova (1817)

3. By Boticelli (1482)

4. By Raphael (1505)

5. By Unknown Artist

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(by Bazzerio)
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malformalady:

Female Malaysian giant leaf insect(Phyllium giganteum)
Photo credit: reptiliatus

Lil beauty