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  • Lines !! 

    lines can keep you in 

    lines can keep you out 

    some lines you don’t understand 

    some lines you can erase, some you can’t 

    some lines you wait for 

    and some lines make you wait 

    lines can keep you alive 

    lines are with you till the end 

    but the only lines that matter, are the ones you make

  • shygesture:

    ping-pong is an exchange between Ana Kraš and Sylvian-emmanuel P.


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  • "The sea’s only gifts are harsh blows,
    “and, occasionally,
    the chance to feel strong.
    “Now, I don’t know much about the sea,
    “but I do know that
    that’s the way it is here.
    “And I also know
    how important it is in life
    “not necessarily to be strong,
    but to feel strong,
    “to measure yourself at least once,
    “to find yourself at least once in
    the most ancient of human conditions,
    “facing the blind, deaf stone alone
    “with nothing to help you
    but your hands and your own head. “

    —— Into the Wild- The Sea Scene

    (Source: youtube.com)

  • That smile

    (Source: cravings, via midnight-enchanted)

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  • SHOBANA - The Danseuse, 

    none has her beauty, nor her skills

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  • "You will either step forward into growth, or you will step back into safety."
    Abraham Maslow (via nathanielstuart)

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  • fabriziamiliaphoto:

    ©Fabrizia Milia

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  • cuprikorn:

    untitled by yuskater on Flickr.

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  • design-is-fine:

    "The white marble Taj Mahal in Agra, India, built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century, is flanked by two red sandstone structures crowned with white marble domes. While the domes’ exterior profiles are bulbous, the hemispheric dome on the interior of the mosque is made of red sandstone delicately decorated with a network pattern picked out in white marble." Sheila Blair, islamic-arts.org Photo by Charles O. Cecil / Alamy

    Taj shines with its beauty

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