1. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Piri Reis, 1465-1555

    Book on Navigation, Late 17th century-early 18th century

    Ink and pigments on laid European paper bound between boards covered with red leather with gold.

    The Walters Art Museum

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  2. radiate-love-be-light:

Nature, animals, beauty, advice and healing blog.

Friendship bracelets galore!
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  3. The moon lives in the lining of your skin.
    Pablo Neruda    (via corvidae-and-crossroads)
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  4. The most obvious – and easiest! – way to gain perspective is to put your work away for a while.
    The truth is, we don’t know how taking a break frees up the mind, but it does: Somehow it freshens our little neurons, or perhaps it prompts the brain to create more cleverness molecules.
    If you can bear to let a short piece sit a week and a book-length work a month, do so. Longer is fine, too; some authors have abandoned manuscripts for years before unearthing them and realizing, ‘Hey, this isn’t bad,’ and renewing their energy for the project.
    Elizabeth Sims (via writingquotes)
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  5. uncube:

Nuno Cera, “Futureland”, Cairo
Source: uncube magazine, uncu.be/13767781
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  6. rcabbasi:

    Old Walled City — Lahore, Pakistan, 2012

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  7. Often when I write I am trying to make words do the work of line and color. I have the painter’s sensitivity to light. Much…of my writing is verbal painting.
    Elizabeth Bowen (via planb-becomeapirate)
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  8. wethinkwedream:

    You stop begging. You stop shrinking for people. You smile more. You say no more often. You not only begin to learn what makes you happy, you go and do it. You wear what you want to, you speak how you want to, you embrace the parts of you that are different. You don’t wait around for people. You don’t settle. You don’t let someone’s negative words make you question anything about yourself for longer than a few minutes (and eventually not at all). And, I think, through this self love you love others so much more, too. 

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  9. It’s life that matters, nothing but life—the process of discovering, the everlasting and perpetual process, not the discovery itself, at all.
    Fyodor Dostoevsky (via darksilenceinsuburbia)
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  10. supermortalwhopotterlock:

    #and he never forgave #and he never forgot

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