i hope that pure and simple things come true

ilovedoodle:

2. Screwdriver
A little conversation a day by ilovedoodle

ilovedoodle:

2. Screwdriver

A little conversation a day by ilovedoodle

langleav:

klarifae:

❤️ #LangLeav #LoveAndMisadventures

Thanks for posting this lovely xo Lang 
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langleav:

klarifae:

❤️ #LangLeav #LoveAndMisadventures

Thanks for posting this lovely xo Lang 

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Love & Misadventure is available online via AmazonBN.com + The Book Depositoryand Barnes & Noble, Kinokuniya, Books Actually, Fully Booked, Dymocks, Liberty Books and other good book stores worldwide.

makeafox:

please & thank you

makeafox:

please & thank you

nevver:

That’s a big fish, Brian Skerry

(Source: brianskerry.com)

thewomb:

Design branding for a House music producer ‘Lovesome’ by Sam Barclay

explore-blog:

Barbara Walters on the art of conversation, how to talk to boring people, and what Truman Capote teaches us about being interesting
nevver:

Design Crush
makeafox:

reason to be happy

makeafox:

reason to be happy

nevver:

Sorry
trendgraphy:

San Francisco Badge by Rodney Crimes
Twitter: @Trendgrafeed
trendgraphy:

Travel Icons by Curt Rice
Twitter: @Trendgrafeed

Cannon Beach, Oregon - by: Edmund Lowe

For some reason, we think that poetry is this thing you do on the side, once you get your math done or your science done. Same thing with writing or any of the things we call “the arts” – there’s this idea that they’re just an elective, they’re just decoration, and they have nothing to do with our survival … or why we can stand to be here.

That’s the reason I’ve made it to 53 – because of finding these things that poetry or painting or place contain. That’s the stuff of mental health, and we ignore it at our peril.

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Lynda Barry, brilliant as ever, in an interview about poetry. Pair with other luminaries on how the humanities make us human and E.O. Wilson on why science and the arts need one another.

Perhaps Wordsworth was right when he wrote that “poetry is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge.”

(via explore-blog)