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lilysofthefield:

Desire is woven along our veins,
it’s what makes our heart
ache and break,
it’s the burden on your shoulders
and hesitancy moving your fingers.
It begins when nostalgia fills
the atmosphere,
and screams with things beyond your control.
It settles in the empty pit of your stomach
and grows…

People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.

Dale Carnegie (via moneyisnotimportant)

treeporn:

Photograph: The Tetons and the Snake River, Grand Teton national park, Wyoming, 1942. (via Ansel Adams: Photography from the Mountains to the Sea exhibition)
Just discovered that an Ansel Adams exhibition opened today at London’s National Maritime Museum. Very. Excited.

treeporn:

Photograph: The Tetons and the Snake River, Grand Teton national park, Wyoming, 1942. (via Ansel Adams: Photography from the Mountains to the Sea exhibition)

Just discovered that an Ansel Adams exhibition opened today at London’s National Maritime Museum. Very. Excited.

Free love is what I preach,

Free love for the masses,

Free love for us each.

Fallacy

Don’t forget the philosophers of old. Within reason to your bombastic argument. Don’t forget the fathers of old that established a government of humanism. Your counter-point of extreme ignorance makes one prone to retaliate with Deist’s principles indeed. History holds merit because of the watch clock that exempts your god that fly’s the sky…Searching for a Jesus that preached love of man? Even despondent ridden peasants wanted liberty over piety in a governing body. Candid friends: When will you open your eyes to the great writings of Rousseau’s Social Contract? He’s reasoning trumps your misguided thoughts of theocracy!

Encourage all your virtuous dispositions, and exercise them whenever an opportunity arises; being assured that they will gain in strength by exercise, as a limb of the body does, and that exercise will make them habitual. From the practice of the purest virtue, you may be assured you will derive the most sublime comforts in every moment of life, and in the moment of death.

Thomas Jefferson to Peter Carr