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aseaofquotes:

Paulo Coelho, Adultery

aseaofquotes:

Paulo Coelho, Adultery

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martinezgiovanna:

lost-in-ecstasy:

nonpaura:

This has to be one of my favorite post on tumblr.

wow this is so clever


My favorite

martinezgiovanna:

lost-in-ecstasy:

nonpaura:

This has to be one of my favorite post on tumblr.

wow this is so clever

My favorite

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"Learn to say ‘no’ without explaining yourself."

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"Once you’ve accepted your flaws no one can use them against you."

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werk1975:

 

Excavation of the Sphinx, circa 1850

werk1975:

 

Excavation of the Sphinx, circa 1850

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thehappysorceress:

The Joker by naratani

thehappysorceress:

The Joker by naratani

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smithsonianlibraries:

Hans Christian Ørsted, born this day in 1777, was a Danish physicist and chemist who was one of the first to publish on the relationship between electric currents and magnetic fields, an important aspect of electromagnetism. He was also a philosopher and poet whose ideas, including his scientific theories, were strongly influenced by Kant. 
Image from Hans Christian Oersted’s Der Geist in der Natur (1850) (via Smithsonian Institution Libraries : Color patterns 2003-28012)

smithsonianlibraries:

Hans Christian Ørsted, born this day in 1777, was a Danish physicist and chemist who was one of the first to publish on the relationship between electric currents and magnetic fields, an important aspect of electromagnetism. He was also a philosopher and poet whose ideas, including his scientific theories, were strongly influenced by Kant. 

Image from Hans Christian Oersted’s Der Geist in der Natur (1850) (via Smithsonian Institution Libraries : Color patterns 2003-28012)

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genocidercyo:

clockey:

you’re the window to my wall

you’re the sweat that drips down my balls

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