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sologatos:

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kellymagovern:

Here’s some old school tricking from 1998. (From left to right in the first gif: Chris Devera, Peter Yang and Brian Go.)

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llbwwb:

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septagonstudios:

Koyamori ON TUMBLR
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girlwithlandscape:

Behind Barbed Wire, Shakespeare Inspires a Cast of Young Syrians - NYTimes.com

"In later scenes, the king was heckled by the Fool, who wore a rainbow-colored wig, and eight boys performed a choreographed sword fight with lengths of plastic tubing. A few scenes from “Hamlet” were spliced in, making the story hard to follow. And at one point, a tanker truck carrying water roared by, drowning out the actors and coating the audience in a cloud of dust.
But the mere fact that the play was performed was enough for the few hundred spectators. Families living in nearby tents brought their children, hoisting them on their shoulders so they could see.
After Lear’s descent into madness and death, the cast surrounded the audience, triumphantly chanting “To be or not to be!” in English and Arabic. The crowd burst into applause, and a number of the leading girls broke into tears. Mr. Bulbul said they were overwhelmed because it was the first time anyone had clapped for them.”

This is such a cool story.

girlwithlandscape:

Behind Barbed Wire, Shakespeare Inspires a Cast of Young Syrians - NYTimes.com

"In later scenes, the king was heckled by the Fool, who wore a rainbow-colored wig, and eight boys performed a choreographed sword fight with lengths of plastic tubing. A few scenes from “Hamlet” were spliced in, making the story hard to follow. And at one point, a tanker truck carrying water roared by, drowning out the actors and coating the audience in a cloud of dust.

But the mere fact that the play was performed was enough for the few hundred spectators. Families living in nearby tents brought their children, hoisting them on their shoulders so they could see.

After Lear’s descent into madness and death, the cast surrounded the audience, triumphantly chanting “To be or not to be!” in English and Arabic. The crowd burst into applause, and a number of the leading girls broke into tears. Mr. Bulbul said they were overwhelmed because it was the first time anyone had clapped for them.”

This is such a cool story.

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flowersgardenlove:

Midnight Callas by M Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

Midnight Callas by M Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

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parkstepp:

"The heart in thee is the heart of all; not a valve, not a wall, not an intersection is there anywhere in nature, but one blood rolls uninterruptedly an endless circulation through all… as the water of the globe is all one sea, and, truly seen, its tide is one."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson Working with Oneness

parkstepp:

"The heart in thee is the heart of all; not a valve, not a wall, not an intersection is there anywhere in nature, but one blood rolls uninterruptedly an endless circulation through all… as the water of the globe is all one sea, and, truly seen, its tide is one."

- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Working with Oneness

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Sacred Geometry
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shercockandmycrotch:


everyone needs a waving snail on their blog

i feel that if I scroll past this and don’t reblog it the snail is going to look to the ground and cry

shercockandmycrotch:

everyone needs a waving snail on their blog

i feel that if I scroll past this and don’t reblog it the snail is going to look to the ground and cry

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llbwwb:

Todays Cuteness:)  (via 500px / Little Shepherd by Aleksei Erin)
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ternpest:

Untitled // Chiamin Liao
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