Maybe this is what the Mayans predicted. Not an asteroid or a solar flare, but the end of what we are. We no longer cherish life, or the other people, or even the earth or the animals or the resources put on it. War. Genocide. Abuse. Senseless mass murder. Animal cruelty. Gluttony. Greed. Waste. Lust. Look around you, the end of the world is already here.
Let everything happen to you.
Beauty and terror.
Just keep going.
No feeling is final. — Rainer Maria Rilke (via larmoyante)
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Life within death.
Physalis alkekengi, or the Chinese/Japanese Lantern, blooms during Winter and dries during Spring. Once it is dried, the bright red fruit is seen. The outer cover is a thin mesh that held the flower petals, seen in golden brown colour.
250 men and women were asked to draw what these emotions felt like in their bodies. These are the combined results
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BEST THING I HAVE SEEN ON TUMBLR
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