A Tumblr Named Desire
From you I have learned so many things, but in truth they won't be of much use, for when I keep them within this suitcase, unhappily shall I be dying
- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
A Tumblr Named Desire
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historicaltimes:

Two boys in Kenya making a trade
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hayooooouuubi:

1los:

Father

love these to death
hayooooouuubi:

1los:

Father

love these to death
hayooooouuubi:

1los:

Father

love these to death
hayooooouuubi:

1los:

Father

love these to death
hayooooouuubi:

1los:

Father

love these to death
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upknorth:

Days like these, when this is all you need.
#getoutdoors #upknorth  Photo by @evanmcalister
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inneroptics:

DALI

This is how applying to jobs makes me feel 
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fotojournalismus:

A Palestinian boy practises his parkour skills near the ruins of houses which were destroyed during a seven-week Israeli offensive, in the Shejaia neighbourhood in Gaza City on October 1, 2014. (Mohammed Salem/Reuters)
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"We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect."
Anaïs Nin (via purplebuddhaproject)
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ozonebabys-temple:

unexplained-events:

The Burning Monk- Thich Quang Duc (1963) sat down in meditation position at Saigon. He then poured gasoline all over his body and set himself alight. He maintained his calm meditative position and did not even make a sound while his body burned and then within a few minutes toppled over. His body was consumed but his heart remained intact. It was placed in the Reserve Bank of Vietnam and is called the Symbol Of The Holy Heart.
He wanted to show people that we can do incredible things when we practice mindfulness. He also wanted to show the world the injustice that was being perpetrated on the Buddhist religion and community by a repressive regime. Needless to say, it worked pretty well and the government softened up on the Buddhist. He is a remarkable symbol of the incredible power the mind holds.

This is the best post of this I have seen, thanks
ozonebabys-temple:

unexplained-events:

The Burning Monk- Thich Quang Duc (1963) sat down in meditation position at Saigon. He then poured gasoline all over his body and set himself alight. He maintained his calm meditative position and did not even make a sound while his body burned and then within a few minutes toppled over. His body was consumed but his heart remained intact. It was placed in the Reserve Bank of Vietnam and is called the Symbol Of The Holy Heart.
He wanted to show people that we can do incredible things when we practice mindfulness. He also wanted to show the world the injustice that was being perpetrated on the Buddhist religion and community by a repressive regime. Needless to say, it worked pretty well and the government softened up on the Buddhist. He is a remarkable symbol of the incredible power the mind holds.

This is the best post of this I have seen, thanks
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muttscomicsofficial:

Agreed.
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banksystreetart:

New by Banksy!
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Vigeland installation at Frogner Park in Oslo, Norway
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tapwaterfanclub:

Andy Warhol at Gristedes supermarket, New York (1962)
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evil-nirvana:

sixpenceee:

Burned Out by Urs Fischer (Website)

this is incredibly dope
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vintagegal:

Frida Kahlo photographed by Nickolas Muray (via)
"They thought I was a Surrealist, but I wasn’t. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality."
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