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"Our lives are not as limited as we think they are; the world is a wonderfully weird place; consensual reality is significantly flawed; no institution can be trusted, but love does work; all things are possible; and we all could be happy and fulfilled if we only had the guts to be truly free and the wisdom to shrink our egos and quit taking ourselves so damn seriously."

― Tom Robbins (via psych-quotes)

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vvni:

Xenia on the Playground, Russia 2003 by Michal Chelbin

vvni:

Xenia on the Playground, Russia 2003 by Michal Chelbin

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impromptu

lifting off your spine, it’s

greens and yellows, the glow of a light under the water,

in a swim of pinks and creams my

rainstorm of kisses land sweet claim, tiny flags sprout in bruises, sing

Mine, mine. Each pock of tooth mark chants

Mine, mine

be gentle, be safe,

contained pain,

mine, mine.

Remind, Remind.

I had an orchid staining my thigh. It faded to a sickly cut of yellow like a lump of the moon herself, gold under my skin.

This story begins in bruises, indeed it is a song of bruises, of love marks, of chance and lust. I bring my lips to your forehead and wonder if it’s enough, these

weed lit evenings like a lamp in the quiet.

I’m melting over your back, cold as a glacial lake,

you are heat and candied ginger sweets

disintegrate in spun sugar swim

I’ve swum a far distance to not

drift into this

marshland lust, the kind of

quicksand stick and plunge,

slow.

"The mouth is made for communication, and nothing is more articulate than a kiss."

Jarod KintzIt Occurred to Me (via feellng)

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ava-ire:

bonus:

He’s cute. He’s tall.
He’s got gorgeous eyes.
And a stunning smile.
I didn’t say a name, but he 
popped into your head,
didn’t he?

image

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visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath(Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)

Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

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There is no shame in having bulimia

happiestcarrot:

ruthiend:

I have observed in the recovery community, and also, in my own life before I knew anything about the recovery community, that bulimia carries more stigma than anorexia.

I have never had anorexia, not even close. I spent a four month period restricting intensely and if I had carried that on with…

I have wanted to write a post like this for a long time. I transitioned from anorexia to bulimia to EDNOS only in the past few months, but while it was happening, my treatment team cut me off from services after I refused a higher level of care, saying “This is the worst we’ve ever seen you” which infuriated me because I was at my highest weight in ages, how could that be?! No. The severity of an eating disorder, just as it cannot be measured by physical appearance, cannot be measured by how likely one is to die. That’s pure ED logic. The only ones competing to see who can be the closest to death are our eating disorders. Think about it objectively, think about how sick and twisted that is.

It was so hard for me to admit that I had started bingeing over winter break. I blushed as I told my dietician at home, and I made her call my school dietician to tell her because I was too embarrassed to do it myself. I was never ashamed of my anorexia. I wore tighter clothes to show off as I lost weight. My body was my own trophy. And to be 100% honest, as I think a lot of bloggers struggle to be, I looked down on bulimics as not having self-control. Our EDs try to tell us we’ve lost control because they want us to hate ourselves so they can stay alive.

We all know that’s not what the illness is about. It’s about filling the hole caused by an unmet need. All EDs stem from this. All EDs cause pain and misery. Which one you develop does not make you better or worse than anyone else. It makes you sick. I’m not ashamed that I binge anymore. Instead, I’m angry at my ED for lying to me and I’m proud that I’m taking action to murder it. Anyone with any ED can feel this way.

Behaviors are just symptoms, just side effects, like some people with a cold get chills, some get a cough, some get both, and some get neither. They all feel like shit. They all want to get better. They’re all equal.

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koreaunderground:

"While technically not on the actual roof of the house, this elderly woman attends to her rather comprehensive garden on the elevated plot next to her traditional home in the Bukchon neighborhood in Seoul. Considering the elevated price of produce this year, such a garden could provide considerable savings."
via Enderle Travelblog

koreaunderground:

"While technically not on the actual roof of the house, this elderly woman attends to her rather comprehensive garden on the elevated plot next to her traditional home in the Bukchon neighborhood in Seoul. Considering the elevated price of produce this year, such a garden could provide considerable savings."


via Enderle Travelblog

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Audrey Hepburn for Love in the Afternoon, 1957

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sriusblcks:

47 Stunning photographs of people around the world.

this is one of the most beautiful things i’ve ever seen

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