1. Everything.

    byradk:

    Thandie Newton: Embracing otherness, embracing myself

     

  2. Momofuku

     

  3. jtotheizzoe:

    I have a feeling that silk scarves printed with NASA satellite and Hubble images are a thing that some of you might need, in a “shut up and take my money” way.

    Check ‘em out at Slow Factory.

     

  4. It’s like being in love: giving somebody the power to hurt you and trusting (or hoping) they won’t.

    Marina Abramović, Rest Energy

    (Source: deletethefeeling, via sixgreenapples)

     

  5. Butter

    (Source: byradk / SOULECTION)

     

  6. (Source: tabi-saki, via takeovertime)

     

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  9. patrickjohnn:

    Jamie XX - Sleep Sound

    (Source: thefader.com)

     

  10. youmightfindyourself:

    The endless knot or eternal knot (SanskritShrivatsaTibetan Dpal be’u) is a symbolic knot and one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols. It is an important cultural marker in places significantly influenced by Tibetan Buddhism such as TibetMongoliaTuvaKalmykia, and Buryatia. It is also sometimes found in Chinese art and used in Chinese knots.

    The endless knot has been described as “an ancient symbol representing the interweaving of the Spiritual path, the flowing of Time and Movement within That Which is Eternal. All existence, it says, is bound by time and change, yet ultimately rests serenely within the Divine and the Eternal.” Various interpretations of the symbol are:

     


  11. Rhye - Open
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    denholme:

    Rhye - Open

    "I’m a fool for that shake in your thighs, I’m a fool for that sound in your sighs, I’m a fool for your belly, I’m a fool for your love"

    Woman (2013)

     

  12. Internet care

     

  13. tichester:

    George Harrison’s Fish-Eye Selfies, India, 1966

    (Source: dolphinshark, via nickelcobalt)

     

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  15. There is an art of seeing things as they are: without naming, without being caught in a network of words, without thinking interfering with perception.
    — Jiddu Krishnamurti (via ashramof1)

    (via byradk)