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  • carlocalope:

calope will make you fall in love with yana popov FW2014, featuring sky (elite).

    carlocalope:

    calope will make you fall in love with yana popov FW2014, featuring sky (elite).




  • July 28, 2014

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  • "There would seem to be nothing more obvious, more tangible and palpable than the present moment. And yet it eludes us completely. All the sadness of life lies in that fact."
    Milan Kundera



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  • Morning tea at the beach.

    Morning tea at the beach.


  • #tea      #beach      #morning      #perfection      




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  • "An artistic activity such as photography is “literally and figuratively enlivening,” according to Ellen J. Langer, a professor of psychology at Harvard and author of “On Becoming an Artist: Reinventing Yourself Through Mindful Creativity.” “When people are depressed, they tend to retreat from the world. Noticing things in the camera puts you in the present moment, makes you sensitive to context and perspective, and that’s the essence of engagement. I have years of research telling us how good that is for health and well-being.”"



  • July 25, 2014

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  • nickicolbran:

    This Town for Yen Magazine  .  Photos Jedd Cooney

    (via kylieparks)




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  • blue-voids:

Valeska Soares - Duet, 2008 - hand-carved marble

    blue-voids:

    Valeska Soares - Duet, 2008 - hand-carved marble




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  • "[The modern Western economist] is used to measuring the “standard of living” by the amount of annual consumption, assuming all the time that a man who consumes more is “better off” than a man who consumes less. A Buddhist economist would consider this approach excessively irrational: since consumption is merely a means to human well-being, the aim should be to obtain the maximum of well-being with the minimum of consumption."
    Buddhist Economics – fantastic, timely read from 1973 (via explore-blog)

    (via disquietingtruths)




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  • myidealhome:

    (Source: kateoplis, via bambi--eyed)




  • July 24, 2014

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