1. The problem that faces us is the problem of awakening. What we lack is not an ideology or doctrine that will save the world. What we lack is mindfulness of what we are, of what our situation really is. We need to wake up in order to rediscover our human sovereignty. We are riding a horse that is running out of control. The way of salvation is a new culture in which human beings are encouraged to rediscover their deepest nature.
    – Thích Nhất Hạnh

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  2. Though we wander about,
    find no honey of flowers in this waste,
    is our task the less sweet—
    who recall the old splendour,
    await the new beauty of cities?

    The city is peopled
    with spirits, not ghosts, O my love:

    Though they crowded between
    and usurped the kiss of my mouth
    their breath was your gift,
    their beauty, your life.

    – H.D., “Cities,” Sea Gardens (via heteroglossia)

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  4. Stop now, right now, and look around you. This is your place in
    the labyrinth. There is no place else you need to be. See with
    eyes that aren’t fixed on goals, or focused on flaws. You are part
    of the endless, winding beauty. And as you learn to see the
    dappled loveliness of your life, as your new eyes help you begin
    loving the labyrinth, you’ll slowly come to realize that the
    labyrinth was made solely for the purpose of loving you.
    – Martha Beck (via cricketbaker)

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  5. Couldn’t love you more boy,

    couldn’t love you more if I tried~ 

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  6. de-xpy:




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  9. The flesh surrenders itself, he thought. Eternity takes back its own. Our bodies stirred these waters briefly, danced with a certain intoxication before the love of life and self, dealt with a few strange ideas, then submitted to the instruments of Time. What can we say of this? I occurred. I am not…yet, I occurred.
    – Frank Herbert, Dune (via sunrec)

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Opium party, 1918

    Opium party, 1918

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  11. friday4stripes:

    Wonderful Ft. Devin the Dude - CunninLynguists

    You’re looking jazzy, with a touch of nasty

    But you walk right past me, don’t do me that way

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