Haim Steinbach, ‘See’, 2011

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Joan Miró

Le prophéte le nit

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Kiyoshi Awazu

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I used to walk into a room full of people and wonder if they liked me… now I look around and wonder if I like them.

Rikkie Gale (via danger)

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high speed cartography

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I love women,” coming from a man, almost always means “I love when women please me,” “I love to imagine fucking women,” “I love to jack off to women’s pornified bodies,” “I love women who don’t challenge me in a way that makes me uncomfortable,” or “I love the idea of women.

— Meghan Murphy, “'Skinny' or 'curvy,' our bodies are not our own: Why the 'No More Skinny' campaign doesn't help" (via feministcurrent)

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The greatest truths sound like babblings of madmen - till they are understood.

— Dionysos, from The Bacchae (via rambling-riverside-blues)

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Do not play God and lecture me on what is normal. I was made in His image, not yours.

— Something that occurred to me in the shower - C (via rebellious-wisdom)

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What spirit is so empty and blind, that it cannot recognize the fact that the foot is more noble than the shoe, and skin more beautiful than the garment with which it is clothed?

— Michelangelo (via panatmansam)

Many people dedicate their lives to actualizing a concept of what they should be like, rather than actualizing themselves.
This difference between self-actualization and self-image actualization is very important. Most people live only for their image

— Bruce Lee (via lucifelle)

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