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quiet-hippie:

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Jul 29, 2014 / 55,001 notes

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Gradually, I began to resent Christian school and doubt everything I was told. It became clear that the suffering they were praying to be released from was a suffering they had imposed on themselves—and now us. The beast they lived in fear of was really themselves: It was man, not some mythological demon, that was going to destroy man in the end. And this beast had been created out of their fear.
Marilyn Manson (via liberatingreality)
Jul 27, 2014 / 233 notes
merlwyb:

lemme see if it was any good
no delete it i look dumb
Jul 27, 2014 / 363,282 notes

merlwyb:

lemme see if it was any good

no delete it i look dumb

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burning-soul:

 Mark Dumont
Jul 27, 2014 / 2,372 notes
libutron:

Blue Turkey Tail fungus | ©Bronwyn Pettit
Trametes versicolor (Polyporaceae) in New Market, Virginia, United States.
This polypore can be found all through the year, but it is most obvious in the winter months when deciduous trees are bare. Although Trametes versicolor is tough and therefore inedible, because of its many colour forms it makes very attractive table decorations [1].
Turkey Tail mushrooms are one of the most researched and respected of the medicinal mushrooms. They are also one of the most common in the northern forests of world, from Europe to China and Japan, from Siberia to the US and Canada. It has the longest history of medicinal use in China and Japan, where it is known as Yun Zhi and Kawaratake, respectively [2].
Jul 26, 2014 / 252 notes

libutron:

Blue Turkey Tail fungus | ©Bronwyn Pettit

Trametes versicolor (Polyporaceae) in New Market, Virginia, United States.

This polypore can be found all through the year, but it is most obvious in the winter months when deciduous trees are bare. Although Trametes versicolor is tough and therefore inedible, because of its many colour forms it makes very attractive table decorations [1].

Turkey Tail mushrooms are one of the most researched and respected of the medicinal mushrooms. They are also one of the most common in the northern forests of world, from Europe to China and Japan, from Siberia to the US and Canada. It has the longest history of medicinal use in China and Japan, where it is known as Yun Zhi and Kawaratake, respectively [2].

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osteowitch:

highcapacityassaulttits:

Deer jawbone by me. Features mint, honeysuckle, rosemary, apple blossoms, lavender, and grapevines. Jaw came from a whitetail doe my dad got a couple seasons ago, bone cleaned by me. Illustrations done in paint and ink.
(c) me, please do not remove caption or repost. Thanks!

Absolutely stunning!
Jul 23, 2014 / 351 notes

osteowitch:

highcapacityassaulttits:

Deer jawbone by me. Features mint, honeysuckle, rosemary, apple blossoms, lavender, and grapevines.
Jaw came from a whitetail doe my dad got a couple seasons ago, bone cleaned by me. Illustrations done in paint and ink.

(c) me, please do not remove caption or repost. Thanks!

Absolutely stunning!

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Let’s be the same wound if we must bleed.
Let’s fight side by side, even if the enemy
is ourselves: I am yours, you are mine.
Tommy Olofsson, Sweden. (via queencersei)

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Jul 22, 2014 / 2,231 notes
Allow yourself to be moved to tears by something or someone at least once a day, every single day of your life.
Allow yourself to be touched, to be affected deeply, to be broken every day on the altar of life’s sorrow and beauty.
Don’t let the days pass without holding them so tenderly. Don’t let the moments go by without realising they could be your last.
Rest each day in the house of gratitude. And then you will be able to say, “I was truly open and alive”.

Jeff Foster

THE HOUSE OF GRATITUDE

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