1. 19:34 20th Oct 2014

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    Reblogged from justgivemeastage

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    (Source: benoitrheault)

  2. 19:01 19th Oct 2014

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    Reblogged from earlofgray


    This is such an amazing, creative and proactive approach towards negativity. I’m re-blogging this as I can be applied to any one’s life and struggle.

    (Source: sizvideos)

  3. 14:34

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    Reblogged from causeeverythingisrent




    Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

    I am in love with these tiny houses, but my mind always wonders to “I’m probably too fat for a a house that small.”

    (Source: tinyhousesgalore)

  4. 14:24

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    Reblogged from happinessandothershit


    Don’t date someone you wouldn’t own a dog with

  5. 21:46 18th Oct 2014

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    Reblogged from highwaterz

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I love this city


    I love this city

  6. 21:43

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    Winner of both the public and juried vote of Artprize 2014, Pakistani artist Anila Quayyum Agha exercises the architecture of the Grand Rapids Art Museum in Michigan by infilling it with a dynamic interplay of shadow and light. Intersections comprises a 6.5 foot laser-cut wooden cube pierced with carefully crafted patterns and illuminated from the inside, which casts expansive, lace-like geometries onto the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor.

  7. 23:16 16th Oct 2014

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    Reblogged from drowninginparadise


    Photo by:A.S Nagpal

    "Paint War Engagement Session"

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  8. 23:08

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    But who prays for Satan? Who, in eighteen centuries, has had the common humanity to pray for the one sinner that needed it most?

    - Mark Twain

    This is honestly my favorite quote. It’s changed how I look at life and religion.

    (via the-bitchextraordinaire)

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    Reblogged from mymodernmet


    In 1988, Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine set off in their car “Otto” on a monumental road trip that would span 26 years, 177 countries, and nearly 550,000 miles (885,139 km). Read their story here.