Quote 25 Mar 379,306 notes
Who sees the human face correctly: the photographer, the mirror, or the painter?
— Pablo Picasso (via bl-ossomed)

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Quote 25 Mar 123,015 notes
When I loved myself enough, I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs and habits—anything that kept me small. My judgement called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving.
— Kim McMillen (via wryer)

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zoomar:

I love this book.

archiemcphee:

This is one of the best books in the Archie McPhee Library. Mail-Order Mysteries: Real Stuff from Old Comic Book Ads! [Buy from Amazon] by Kirk Demarais. The premise is irresistible. He took the ads from comic books and matched them up with what you actually got if you ordered. All the products are varying degrees of disappointing, but the book is anything but. 

Demarais’ commentary is clever and dead on, mixing misty nostalgia with sharp focus reality. As you can see from the page above, the “7 Feet Tall” ghost is actually a balloon with a plastic sheet (garbage bag). Reading the copy, he imagines a complicated voice-activated control system, but the control is merely a string. It is, as Demarais points out, deflating.

Whether you are looking to this book for inspiration or curiosity, you will be bowled over by the printing and beautiful layout. Plus, the cover and back cover glow in the dark! (It’s like some crazy dream!) 

Quote 23 Feb 3,062 notes
Persistent problems, however unpleasant they may seem, contain the unprocessed and unexamined thoughts and feelings that, if left alone, keep you from your greatness. That’s why the pain, emptiness, and longing you feel can be your greatest gift—it can motivate you to examine parts of yourself that have been overlooked, forgotten, or hidden. It’s the irritant of sand in the oyster, which is the impetus for the pearl. In walking the conscious life path, you reveal your deepest Reality, layer by layer. You come home.
— ― Dr. Jennifer Howard (via psych-quotes)
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Quote 12 Jan 38,601 notes
My heart feels so heavy and I don’t know how to carry it.
— Sharon Dogar, Annexed (via shinsa)

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Photo 12 Jan 124,993 notes langleav:

Love & Misadventure now available via Amazon or The Book Depositoryfor FREE worldwide shipping and major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Kinokuniya, Fully Booked, National Book Store, Books Actually, MPH, Periplus, Waterstones, Borders, Indigo/Chapters + more.

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Love & Misadventure now available via Amazon or The Book Depositoryfor FREE worldwide shipping and major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Kinokuniya, Fully Booked, National Book Store, Books Actually, MPH, Periplus, Waterstones, Borders, Indigo/Chapters + more.

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André Kertész     Marionnettes      1929

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André Kertész     Marionnettes      1929

Quote 12 Jan 4,878 notes
It is always the false that makes you suffer, the false desires and fears, the false values and ideas, the false relationships between people. Abandon the false and you are free of pain; truth makes happy, truth liberates.
— ― Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (via psych-quotes)

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