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“When we walk like (we are rushing), we print anxiety and sorrow on the earth. We have to walk in a way that we only print peace and serenity on the earth… Be aware of the contact between your feet and the earth. Walk as if you are kissing the earth with your feet.”

—   Thich Nhat Hanh (via naomileighh)

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laughingsquid:

Climbers Capture a Self-Portrait Via Drone Atop a Mountain in the Swiss Alps
nudesartistic:

Albert Watson

nudesartistic:

Albert Watson

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fotojournalismus:

Сaged by Oscar Ciutat

Artist’s statement:

“The project started by chance back in 2008. I was visiting the local zoo, which I hadn’t been to in ages, and started taking pictures of the captive animals, just like everyone else was doing. My attention kept being drawn to their eyes, which, to me, seemed very sad, and I ended focusing my camera on them. I was intrigued by whether my impressions would be apparent to other people in the images. I wondered if that popular old saying, referring to humans, that goes the eyes are the windows to the soul could hold true for animals as well.”

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embodyilluminati:

The regeneration of an essential part of humanity, according to the Sufis, is the goal of mankind. The separation of man from his essence is the cause of his disharmony and unfulfillment. His quest is the purification of the dross and the activation of the gold. The means of achieving this is found within man — it is the Philosopher’s Stone. The Arabic word for stone is associated with the word for “hidden, forbidden”.

embodyilluminati:

The regeneration of an essential part of humanity, according to the Sufis, is the goal of mankind. The separation of man from his essence is the cause of his disharmony and unfulfillment. His quest is the purification of the dross and the activation of the gold. The means of achieving this is found within man — it is the Philosopher’s Stone. The Arabic word for stone is associated with the word for “hidden, forbidden”.

“I have been and still am a seeker,
but have ceased to question stars and books;
I have begun to listen to the teachings my blood whispers to me.”

—   Hermann Hesse (via creatingaquietmind)

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