stunningpicture:

Life finds a way.

stunningpicture:

Life finds a way.

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this is what i want to be doing today…

this is what i want to be doing today…

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I see people saying “How can this happen? Isn’t this America?”

celluloidsheep:

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Well, yes. This IS America.

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(US Army attacks homeless veterans protesting in Washington, DC in 1932)

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1960s Birmingham, Alabama

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1970 attack on unarmed student protesters at Kent State University

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Police action at peaceful UC Davis Occupy protest 

Let’s not pretend like the police actions taken this week are anything new. It’s just the most recent manifestation of a problem America has had for a very long time.

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shelkybean:

The Dublin Zine Fair was this weekend and I made a very humble little book for it. Some details of my most recent drawings, with accompanying reflections. There was a limited edition of 5, (plus the master copy), and I’m very pleased to say that I sold them all!

I am so grateful to everyone who was interested in the work, and who loved it enough to bring it home with them - that is so incredibly thrilling for me. It is a wonderful validation that my work moves and touches people and they get it, which is so important. Especially as this was quite an unedited, unpolished stream of consciousness sort of zine.

Unfortunately I couldn’t be there myself, as I had other commitments, but I am really looking forward to next year’s fair (and might even make something in the meantime!)

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love this

love this

"People get mad when you treat them how they treat you."

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theremina:

Madly in love with Warsaw-based artist NeSpoon's delightful “urban lace jewelry” street art. 

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"

"…darling,

in the end,
you’ve got to be
your own hero,

because everybody’s
busy
trying to save

themselves.”

"

—  - c.t. (via fuckyesoldhollywood)

(via strawberrycinderella)

One of my friends last night told me that she always thought I was ‘too cool’ for her when we were growing up. That I just give off this amazing confidence and strength and that I know who I am, and she never ever thought she would be able to talk to me, nevermind be my actual friend.

I never, ever thought anyone would ever say that to me. Like ever. I wouldn’t in a million years think that I’m cool or that I give off that vibe. Maybe I do now - through a lot of personal work etc…- but I had to smile at her in an ‘oh bless your soul’ sort of way. It was quite adorable, and super unexpected, but also felt a bit weird, like I was being punked.

aw.

Celtic Woman - My Lagan Love

Mum was asked to sing this today at a married in relation’s funeral service…I use funeral loosely because it was a Humanist service, which caused quite a stir in the local area…she being a lady in her mid 80s…in a predominately Catholic part of the world.

Mum said that despite the children of this woman not understanding why their mother loved this song (because they all hated it) one of the daughters cried as soon as mum began.

Music is such a powerful thing. It evokes memories and stays with us in a deep lasting way. I’m glad that everyone respected this woman’s decision where her last rights were concerned.

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Moroccan sink.

Moroccan sink.

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