Tuesday, April 15, 2014

jacquelinehoman:

Without Apology, pg. 27-28, Jacqueline S. Homan, copyright 2013. All rights reserved

He would have a lot of reading to do today.

Oliver Potzsch, from The Hangman’s Daughter (Trans. by Lee Chadeayne)

Sunday, April 13, 2014
teachingliteracy:

Hundred Acre (by Aaron Stanley)

teachingliteracy:

Hundred Acre (by Aaron Stanley)

Imperfections are attractive when their owners are happy with them. Augusten Burroughs, This Is How: Surviving What You Think You Can’t (via quotes-shape-us)
Saturday, April 12, 2014
trueconnection:

#education -reform the system!

trueconnection:

#education -reform the system!

The less I needed, the better I felt. Charles Bukowski  (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: observando)

You are a woman. Skin and bones, veins and nerves, hair and sweat. You are not made of metaphors. Not apologies, not excuses. Sarah Kay, excerpt from “The Type”  (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: larmoyante)

hotrufftrade:

sonofbaldwin:

#Facts

Think about this shit.

hotrufftrade:

sonofbaldwin:

#Facts

Think about this shit.

heart-without-art-is-just-he:

Watercolor skylines: London, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, New York, Toronto, San Francisco, Sydney, Chicago and Paris.

by ArtPause

Reconized my city at first sight. Ahoy Chicago!

Friday, April 11, 2014
embodyilluminati:

The religious man experiences space, time, the natural world, and the totality of the cosmos itself far differently from modern man. Indeed, the religious man will not, cannot, live in a non-sacred world… a world without a center. The religious man has found this center through which the sacred penetrates down through the planes. Having found this, the very nature of time itself also changes from linear and meaningless to cyclical and sacred. Nature becomes the reflection of heaven… a book of symbolism and supernatural revelation. The universe itself becomes structured and purposeful instead and random and meaningless. The religious man is never alone. Nor can the nonsacralized world possess reality… the farther you drift from the sacred the less real the world becomes, a thing of shadows. This was true of the religious man in aboriginal and traditional societies, and it is true those individuals who follow the same path today.

embodyilluminati:

The religious man experiences space, time, the natural world, and the totality of the cosmos itself far differently from modern man. Indeed, the religious man will not, cannot, live in a non-sacred world… a world without a center. The religious man has found this center through which the sacred penetrates down through the planes. Having found this, the very nature of time itself also changes from linear and meaningless to cyclical and sacred. Nature becomes the reflection of heaven… a book of symbolism and supernatural revelation. The universe itself becomes structured and purposeful instead and random and meaningless. The religious man is never alone. Nor can the nonsacralized world possess reality… the farther you drift from the sacred the less real the world becomes, a thing of shadows. This was true of the religious man in aboriginal and traditional societies, and it is true those individuals who follow the same path today.