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rookiemag:

TAPED INSIDE THE LOCKER OF MY HEART

X ARS

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"We accepted a definition of ourselves which confined the self to the source and to the limitations of conscious attention. This definition is miserably insufficient, for in fact we know how to grow brains and eyes, ears and fingers, hearts and bones, in just the same way that we know how to walk and breathe, talk and think—only we can’t put it into words. Words are too slow and too clumsy for describing such things, and conscious attention is too narrow for keeping track of all their details."

Alan Watts (via lazyyogi)

"

Will I be something?
Am I something?

And the answer comes:
You already are.
You always were.
And you still have time to be.

"

Anis Mojgani (via little-sojourner)

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buzzfeed:

SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE

"If uncertainty is unacceptable to you, it turns into fear. If it is perfectly acceptable, it turns into increased aliveness, alertness, and creativity."

Eckhart Tolle (via thecalminside)

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bellecosby:

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escapekit:

Find a home here

Canadian charitable organization RainCity Housing provides to the homeless housing and support services. As a way to raise awareness, the organization engaged the help of ad agency Spring Advertising to create two special park bench installations that double as ads. 

E’ interessante riflettere sul fatto che no place like home.

Smart advertising

Advertising as shelter. 

more these less spikes 

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zenpencils:

T. Krishnamacharya ‘Master your breath’

zenpencils:

T. Krishnamacharya ‘Master your breath’

pbsthisdayinhistory:

June 18, 1983: Sally Ride Becomes the First American Woman in Space
On this day in 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman in space. She was a mission specialist aboard the Challenger. She rode the space shuttle Challenger into orbit in 1983, but she was also a NASA adviser, a lifelong educator, and a founder of Sally Ride Science, a venture dedicated to inspiring and teaching young people, especially girls, about science and space.Watch an NOVA’s uncut interview with the late astronaut, conducted at NASA in 1984.
Photo: NASA

pbsthisdayinhistory:

June 18, 1983: Sally Ride Becomes the First American Woman in Space

On this day in 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman in space. She was a mission specialist aboard the Challenger. She rode the space shuttle Challenger into orbit in 1983, but she was also a NASA adviser, a lifelong educator, and a founder of Sally Ride Science, a venture dedicated to inspiring and teaching young people, especially girls, about science and space.

Watch an NOVA’s uncut interview with the late astronaut, conducted at NASA in 1984.

Photo: NASA

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