Never love someone who treats you like you’re ordinary.
Oscar Wilde  (via psych-facts)

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The reason people are lonely is not because there is no one else there, the reason is because they don’t like themselves, they are not at peace with themselves, and when no one else is around, they with their enemy, themselves.
Ajahn Brahm (via abiding-in-peace)

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lifecomesfrommen:

Lebanese Model

lifecomesfrommen:

Lebanese Model


wiitch-craft:

✯☽

wiitch-craft:

✯☽

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selflessanthropocentrism:

the shit you see on this site

Thats some crazy shit

selflessanthropocentrism:

the shit you see on this site

Thats some crazy shit


It’s not just about sex. Don’t get me wrong. Sex is fucking great, but when you have a connection with someone, when you feel so strong for someone, just a kiss is enough to make your knees weak. You just can’t beat that.

asgeir9:

x-guardians-of-asgaard-x:

The Norns are three female divine beings who have more influence over the course of destiny than any other beings in the cosmos. They dwell within the Well of Urd beneath Yggdrasil, the great ash tree that stands at the center of the universe and holds the Nine Worlds in its branches and roots. They shape destiny by carving runes into the trunk of the tree, or, in some sagas and poems, by weaving destiny like a web or tapestry.
Their names are Urd (Old Norse Urðr, “What Once Was”), Verdandi (Old Norse Verðandi, “What Is Coming into Being”) and Skuld (Old Norse Skuld, “What Shall Be”). via - http://norse-mythology.org/
~Gray Wolf

Great artwork and explanatory remarks, just one thing.  Hagalaz is missing.

asgeir9:

x-guardians-of-asgaard-x:

The Norns are three female divine beings who have more influence over the course of destiny than any other beings in the cosmos. They dwell within the Well of Urd beneath Yggdrasil, the great ash tree that stands at the center of the universe and holds the Nine Worlds in its branches and roots. They shape destiny by carving runes into the trunk of the tree, or, in some sagas and poems, by weaving destiny like a web or tapestry.

Their names are Urd (Old Norse Urðr, “What Once Was”), Verdandi (Old Norse Verðandi, “What Is Coming into Being”) and Skuld (Old Norse Skuld, “What Shall Be”). via - http://norse-mythology.org/

~Gray Wolf

Great artwork and explanatory remarks, just one thing.  Hagalaz is missing.

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inklingphoto:

Washington 2014

inklingphoto:

Washington 2014

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