June 29, 2014
peachnaked:

abseunt:

unconsciousearth:


NASA released a satellite image of india in the evening during the festive holiday of diwali, the celebration of lights. 

this is one of the prettiest things i’ve ever seen

awh look at Sri Lanka too omg

Gorg

peachnaked:

abseunt:

unconsciousearth:

NASA released a satellite image of india in the evening during the festive holiday of diwali, the celebration of lights.

this is one of the prettiest things i’ve ever seen

awh look at Sri Lanka too omg

Gorg

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March 22, 2014
thisisnecole:

Morning message!

thisisnecole:

Morning message!

March 9, 2014
freelux:

♡ rosy blog ♡

freelux:

♡ rosy blog ♡

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March 9, 2014

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March 9, 2014
spiritualinspiration:

I believe that God is ready to present you with new opportunities. He wants to open new doors before you. It doesn’t matter what’s happening in the world around you, God’s Word remains true!
Remember, in an instant, God can bring the right people into your life, the right opportunities, and the right resources to take you to a whole new level. Today, choose to keep an attitude of faith and expectancy. Begin to thank Him for the opportunities that are just ahead for you. Shut the door on fear and let God lead you by His peace through the door of opportunity He has prepared for you!

spiritualinspiration:

I believe that God is ready to present you with new opportunities. He wants to open new doors before you. It doesn’t matter what’s happening in the world around you, God’s Word remains true!

Remember, in an instant, God can bring the right people into your life, the right opportunities, and the right resources to take you to a whole new level. Today, choose to keep an attitude of faith and expectancy. Begin to thank Him for the opportunities that are just ahead for you. Shut the door on fear and let God lead you by His peace through the door of opportunity He has prepared for you!

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March 9, 2014
accras:

Green Smoothie Elementary

accras:

Green Smoothie Elementary

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March 8, 2014

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March 8, 2014

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February 26, 2014

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February 18, 2014

unhistorical:

James Van Der Zee's photographic chronicle of the Harlem Renaissance and African-American life in Harlem during the 1920s/30s (source)

In these photographs, you will not see the common images of black Americans — downtrodden rural or urban citizens. Instead, you will see a people of great pride and fascinating beauty.

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February 18, 2014

style4style:

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at the 2014 BAFTA’s. Angelina is wearing a Saint Laurent tailor-made tuxedo and Brad is wearing a tuxedo by Valentino.

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February 18, 2014
ombuddha:

Feelings of suffering change into those of happiness. Feelings of happiness change into suffering. Both arise in dependence upon internal and external causes which change. For example, we see food as pleasurable, but if we eat too much, then it causes suffering. When we are young, we see our bodies as a source of pleasure. As we become older, the same body becomes a source of suffering. Just as a wave is always changing, so the nature of suffering is always to change. It may be experienced as pleasure or as suffering, but it arises from the same source. Pleasure arises from suffering. Seeing pleasure as happiness constitutes suffering. …Pain and pleasure are of the same nature. Although they look different at different times, they both arise from the same sea of delusion and karmic action. Pleasure or pain, one or the other, arises and then falls back into the ocean. Thus we can conclude that pleasure and pain within the ocean of samsara are basically suffering, and dissolve into suffering. This becomes evident in the wide variety of sudden changes of experience depicted in films. Love and hatred, happiness and family strife, peace and war, follow each other in rapid succession. The continuous change, although exaggerated in films, is characteristic of life in general.
Ven. Gen Lobsang Gyatso.
Photo by Anita Gilmore.

ombuddha:

Feelings of suffering change into those of happiness. Feelings of happiness change into suffering. Both arise in dependence upon internal and external causes which change. For example, we see food as pleasurable, but if we eat too much, then it causes suffering. When we are young, we see our bodies as a source of pleasure. As we become older, the same body becomes a source of suffering. Just as a wave is always changing, so the nature of suffering is always to change. It may be experienced as pleasure or as suffering, but it arises from the same source. Pleasure arises from suffering. Seeing pleasure as happiness constitutes suffering. …Pain and pleasure are of the same nature. Although they look different at different times, they both arise from the same sea of delusion and karmic action. Pleasure or pain, one or the other, arises and then falls back into the ocean. Thus we can conclude that pleasure and pain within the ocean of samsara are basically suffering, and dissolve into suffering. This becomes evident in the wide variety of sudden changes of experience depicted in films. Love and hatred, happiness and family strife, peace and war, follow each other in rapid succession. The continuous change, although exaggerated in films, is characteristic of life in general.

Ven. Gen Lobsang Gyatso.

Photo by Anita Gilmore.

February 18, 2014
ombuddha:

[…] particularly in Buddhism while we practice we must use the brain as well as the heart. On the ethical side, we must practice the quality of a good and warm heart; also, since Buddhism is very much involved in reasoning and logic—the wisdom side—intelligence is important. Thus, a combination of mind and heart is needed. Without knowledge, without fully utilized intelligence, you cannot reach the depths of the Buddhist doctrine; it is difficult to achieve concrete or fully qualified wisdom. There may be exceptions, but this is the general rule. It is necessary to have a combination of hearing, thinking, and meditating. The Kadampa teacher Dromton (‘brom ston pa, 1004-1064) said, “When I engage in hearing, I also make effort at thinking and meditating. When I engage in thinking, I also search out more hearing and engage in meditation. And when I meditate, I don’t give up hearing and don’t give up thinking.” He said, “I am a balanced Kadampa,” meaning that he maintained a balance of hearing, thinking, and meditating.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Photo by Ursula.

ombuddha:

[…] particularly in Buddhism while we practice we must use the brain as well as the heart. On the ethical side, we must practice the quality of a good and warm heart; also, since Buddhism is very much involved in reasoning and logic—the wisdom side—intelligence is important. Thus, a combination of mind and heart is needed. Without knowledge, without fully utilized intelligence, you cannot reach the depths of the Buddhist doctrine; it is difficult to achieve concrete or fully qualified wisdom. There may be exceptions, but this is the general rule. It is necessary to have a combination of hearing, thinking, and meditating. The Kadampa teacher Dromton (‘brom ston pa, 1004-1064) said, “When I engage in hearing, I also make effort at thinking and meditating. When I engage in thinking, I also search out more hearing and engage in meditation. And when I meditate, I don’t give up hearing and don’t give up thinking.” He said, “I am a balanced Kadampa,” meaning that he maintained a balance of hearing, thinking, and meditating.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Photo by Ursula.

January 28, 2014

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January 28, 2014
kushandwizdom:


Motivation starts here

kushandwizdom:

Motivation starts here

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