Old World Atlas


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(by Leanne Bentley)
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Permalink | 92,990 notes "They do not teach you this in school. They do not show you the beauty of existing, they do not show you the wonder of the Earth, they do not show you the unity that human beings are. They show you who is better, who is worse. They show you what they need to show you in order for their system to survive. They do not show you love." — (via elige)

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Vintage color wheels and color cards from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Swoon!(via) 
Permalink | 11,281 notes "People are strange: They are constantly angered by trivial things, but on a major matter like totally wasting their lives, they hardly seem to notice." — Charles Bukowski  (via elige)

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Permalink | 732 notes "A man of love is never angry with the other, because he is not really dependent on the other. He can be happy alone too.. Of course, he still shares his happiness with the other, but he is no longer dependent on the other. Now it is no longer a relationship of dependence; it is a relationship of interdependence." — Osho  (via elige)

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Permalink | 4,935 notes "If people are sending out negative energy and not meeting your expectations, it is important to send them unconditional love. They are simply being themselves, doing the best they know how. You will find great inner peace when you do not need others to act in a certain way to be happy yourself. When you send someone unconditional love, it is no longer possible for you to be harmed by his or her negative energy." — Orin  (via elige)

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Permalink | 689 notes "I want deeper connections with the people around me. I need to reach out more. Because not everyone leaves. Sometimes if you reach out, the person you’re trying to reach will be right there waiting." — Susane Colasanti, So Much Closer (via larmoyante)

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