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outofprintclothing:

Happy Birthday, Annie Proulx!

outofprintclothing:

Happy Birthday, Annie Proulx!

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"The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before."

Albert Einstein  (via thatkindofwoman)

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BuddhaNet - Worldwide Buddhist Information and Education Network →

culturejolt:

There is tons of information on this websites, offering education on various traditions of Buddhism. Whether you’re someone know is looking into the Buddhism for the first time or an experienced practitioner, this website is full of free information, including eBooks for kindle, worksheets and study guides. If you are looking into Buddhism and don’t know where to start, I highly recommend this website. It has personally served me well. There is even a page dedicated to finding a temple near you, in any part of the world.

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itsawasplife:

Rest in Peace, Robin Williams

itsawasplife:

Rest in Peace, Robin Williams

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"Emptiness can be such a heavy burden….Until you discover that it’s in the void where you can create something new, something special - that to paint a masterpiece, you first need a blank canvas."

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The Other Gospels →

panatmansam:

“For there exists a great and boundless aeon, whose extent no generation of angels could see, in which is the great invisible Spirit, which no eye of an angel has ever seen, no thought of the heart has ever comprehended, and it was never called by any name.”

The Gnostic Gospel of Judas (ca…


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I think that’s the biggest lesson wolves can teach anybody: shut up and be quiet; get out of your own tunnel and your world and actually take a moment to look at something else that’s going to look at you…

Wolves contemplate you. They don’t just look at you, they
look right through you.

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— Kent Weber, director of Mission:Wolf (via wolveswolves)

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