gueule-de-loupviolette:

Édouard Boubat- Couple au Louvre,Paris,1960.
Most humans are never fully present in the now, because unconsciously they believe that the next moment must be more important than this one. But then you miss your whole life, which is never not now.
 Eckhart Tolle (via frazzledfran)

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holographic-plants:

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sundaylatte:

to have a laugh with the person you love is such an amazing feeling 
yourhealthyself:

 
siddharthasmama:

this is a war-cry from 60 years ago that is still being shouted today.

dlubes:

do you ever need a five minute hug but only from like a specific person

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organicandhappy:

webofgoodnews:

Miracle man James Harrison has saved over 2 million babies by donating his blood which contains a rare antibody
Harrison discovered he had an extremely rare antibody in his blood, a makeup of plasma so unique that it holds the cure to rhesus disease, a severe form of anaemia that causes either death or brain damage for newborns.
Researchers were amazed by his blood and its ability to save lives, so they insured his life for a million dollars. His blood has been used to create life-saving injections to combat rhesus.  It was  even used to help save his own daughter’s child. He’s now 77 and he’s been donating blood every couple weeks for the past 59 years totaling over 1000 blood donations. All of his donations have saved an estimated 2.4 MILLION babies that would’ve suffered from the rhesus condition.
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trms:

Pro-democracy demonstrators hold up their mobile phones during a protest near the Hong Kong government headquarters on September 29, 2014. (Dale de la Rey/AFP/Getty Images)
Rachel Maddow reports

metidation:

r u ever like damn i hate my body but then ur like life is an illusion i’m floatin around on a rock trapped in an orbit around a ball of flame in a vast & largely unknown universe where death is unescapable who gives a shit ???

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lostsplendor:

Full Moon, Yerkes Observatory pre ca. 1917 via Museum of Photographic Arts on Flickr Commons