You will lose everything. Your money, your power, your fame, your success, perhaps even your memories. Your looks will go. Loved ones will die. Your body will fall apart. Everything that seems permanent is impermanent and will be smashed. Experience will gradually, or not so gradually, strip away everything that it can strip away. Waking up means facing this reality with open eyes and no longer turning away. But right now, we stand on sacred and holy ground, for that which will be lost has not yet been lost, and realising this is the key to unspeakable joy. Whoever or whatever is in your life right now has not yet been taken away from you. This may sound trivial, obvious, like nothing, but really it is the key to everything, the why and how and wherefore of existence. Impermanence has already rendered everything and everyone around you so deeply holy and significant and worthy of your heartbreaking gratitude. Loss has already transfigured your life into an altar.

Jeff Foster (via coketalk

I need to reflect on this in light of what happened this weekend. 

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built-by-machines:

This song was the best/worst/best screamo cover to ever exist.

Debut in ‘08. OMFG I feel old


#tbt Last Night “Lazertag has changed”

#tbt Last Night “Lazertag has changed”

tbt

mariokart64ost:

slothbearwolf:

emo b logging

i love mcr being considered a tr00 band soooooooooo much

mariokart64ost:

slothbearwolf:

emo b logging

i love mcr being considered a tr00 band soooooooooo much




thenudebootysnatcher:

pretzelsnake:

m0n64 submitted:

For when you find that specal someone
https://31.media.tumblr.com/023adf053339d67322ef5012f7479a5a/tumblr_n8wvm3XXiB1swze9do1_500.jpg

an eggagment ring

DELETE YOUR BLOG 

go to bed


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Wassily Kandinsky, “Tanzkurven: Zu den Tänzen der Palucca,” Das Kunstblatt, Potsdam, vol. 10, no. 3 (1926)

Wassily Kandinsky, “Tanzkurven: Zu den Tänzen der Palucca,” Das Kunstblatt, Potsdam, vol. 10, no. 3 (1926)

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allurelifeco:

Top View.

allurelifeco:

Top View.

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greek-museums:

Archaeological Museum of Delphi:

White-ground kylix, found in a tomb at Delphi. Work of an anonymous athenian vase-painter. On white ground, Apollo is depicted crowned with a wreath of myrtle leaves sitting on a stool with legs in the form of  lion paws. He is dressed in a white peplos and he is draped within a red himation. With his left hand he is plucking the the chords of his lyre, while with his right hand he is offering a wine libation from a navel-phiale. The black bird accompanying him is probably a crow, a reference to his mythical love for Aigle-Koroni, the daughter of king Phlegyas. (480-470 B.C)

greek-museums:

Archaeological Museum of Delphi:

White-ground kylix, found in a tomb at Delphi. Work of an anonymous athenian vase-painter. On white ground, Apollo is depicted crowned with a wreath of myrtle leaves sitting on a stool with legs in the form of  lion paws. He is dressed in a white peplos and he is draped within a red himation. With his left hand he is plucking the the chords of his lyre, while with his right hand he is offering a wine libation from a navel-phiale. The black bird accompanying him is probably a crow, a reference to his mythical love for Aigle-Koroni, the daughter of king Phlegyas. (480-470 B.C)


allaboutchinese:

i miss you so~

allaboutchinese:

i miss you so~


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I really love this #Midcentury Schieir bowl. Too bad it sold right after going online. The central design is inspired by Aztec pottery and recalls #picasso. #ceramics #artpottery #vintage #art

I really love this #Midcentury Schieir bowl. Too bad it sold right after going online. The central design is inspired by Aztec pottery and recalls #picasso. #ceramics #artpottery #vintage #art

art vintage midcentury picasso artpottery ceramics